Spicy Saturday Picks – Oct. 12, 2013.

Spicy SaturdayWe’re literally making this weekend a Happy Weekend for all the bloggers! We’re up with many activities for Indian bloggers this time. Easy doodle Recipe, Smart Suraksha App Contest, My Delhi Manifesto Activity, WOW and so on. We look forward to your amazing entries for all these activities. BlogAdda wishes all the members of the blogosphere a very Happy Dussehra! 😀

    • Who: Reema Dsouza
      What: Bliss of the Morning!
      Spicy: Reema writes a lovely poem where she talks about ‘today’ being the most important, no wonder it is called the ‘present’! Every morning you should get up with a smile and hope for the best looking forward to what the day has to offer.

    • Who: Prerna Subramanian
      What: You…
      Spicy: Prerna writes a heartfelt poem that signifies single-sided love. Almost everyone knows how it feels to love someone without letting them know and not having their love reciprocated. This is one poem everyone can relate to!

    • Who: Rucha Agrawal
      What: Mother
      Spicy: Rucha writes a poem about the greatness of a mother. She’s got a way with words! This poem leaves a smile on your face!

    • Who: Swati Chauhan
      What: The 7 Top Habits of High Achievers
      Spicy: Swati Chauhan writes a post regarding the differences between normal people and those who are motivated to achieve their goals in life. She talks of seven such habits the achievers possess which we should learn and try to inculcate in our life!

    • Who: Supriyaa Srivastava
      What: यादों की किताब से बचपन की शैतानियों तक
      Spicy: Supriyaa writes a wonderful poem in Hindi about all the innocent childhood memories. She talks about how at a young age, we find happiness in the smallest of things in life.

    • Who: Ramaswamy V Krishnamurti
      What: Ice cream sandwich and more…
      Spicy: Ramaswamy writes an extremely funny post about how he misunderstood what his son was saying and using his parental authority lectured him for something completely different. Imagine his plight when his son explained to him what he actually meant!

    • Who: Jairam Mohan
      What: The forgetful old friend.
      Spicy: Jairam Mohan writes a story about two friends and how one of them with time starts forgetting the other owing to the Alzheimer’s disease.

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