Tangy Tuesday Picks – September 2, 2014

Tangy TuesdaysHello, how’s it going? Hope you had an amazing long weekend. We would love to be part of your coming week to make it fun filled. We have some awesome activities and games planned for you to #CelebrateBlogging. Meanwhile, check this week’s most creative blog posts and get inspired to write one of your own 🙂

  • WhoSarojini Sahoo
    WhatThe Rape
    Tangy: Fights between Suparna and Jayant were normal. Usually by evening everything had been forgotten. But that day’s quarrel was different. Read more to know what happened to this love struck couple.

  • WhoReema Prasanna
    What: Parents Know Best
    Tangy: People say that Parents are always right and they know the best when it comes to their child’s future. But is it right to follow harsh disciplinary rules and actions for child’s better future. Are we spoiling their present by this?

  • WhoHrishikesh Bawa
    What: Dear Tejaswee
    Tangy: Author writes this letter to Tejaswee who died few years ago. Through this letter author expresses how he feels connected to a person whom he never met, and only knew her  through her and her mother’s blog.

  • Who: Paras
    WhatThose Little Spaces 
    Tangy: Author composed a beautiful poem highlighting little spaces between things like silence and sleep. Read it to enjoy !

  • Who:  Shailaja V
    WhatDiary of a Doting Mom
    Tangy: Parenting is challenging on so many levels that it sometimes becomes difficult to put into words exactly what you want to say and how you say it. It is a good read to know your parents.

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3 Replies to “Tangy Tuesday Picks – September 2, 2014”

  1. Hello Admin,

    Can you please change the description for the post ‘Dear Tejaswee’ ? The post is not about how dedicated I am to her blog, but how I feel connected to a person whom I have never, and only know through her and her mother’s blog.


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