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April 2019

Letter Z: Zest (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

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“Ma are we going somewhere? Why are you packing our things?” Misry asked after returning from school.

“Yes dear. We are moving to Assam in a week’s time. Your daddy has now been posted there,” informed Madhavi.

“Are Honey and Boney too coming along? I mean has uncle been posted there too?” Misry was concerned.

“Nope dear. It’s your father’s promotion posting.”

“Wow! Daddy has been promoted! So now he can stay at home with us, right?”

“I wish so dear but I don’t know. You should ask Daddy.”

“Where is he?”

“He shall be back from office in an hour or so.”

“Okay. I shall ask him then.”

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Letter Y: Yours Only (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

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“Moon come on it is time to go home!”

“Just a bit more Di. I am enjoying the swing,” replied Moon from the swing.

Misry waited for her sister for some time. The hands of the clock ticked away but Moon was enjoying herself. In the end, Misry was angry with her little sister. She left her alone in the playground and came back home.

At home she refreshed up and waited for her evening snacks.

“Where is Moon?” Madhavi asked bring in the snacks tray along with a glass of warm milk.

“She is playing in the swing. I called her several times but…

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Letter X: Xcitement (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

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“Misry, you got to take care of your little sister. She is your responsibility dear when you go out to play,” reminded Madhavi. The other day Moon had lost her flying disc in the playground. And today she was asking for a new one to play with her friends.

“But Ma, I play with my friends and she with hers. How can I keep looking at her things?” nagged Misry.

“The same way as I keep a watch on both of you while you are out there playing and I am with my friends,” replied Madhavi.

“She doesn’t even listen to me!” complained Misry.

“Honey, you got to teach…

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Letter W: Weary Feet (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

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Misry and Moon always loved going to the Officer Mess with Anurag. He usually took the girls along.  They loved watching TV or listening to records on the stereo while Anurag spent time with his fellow officers. The girls had special liking for Nazia Hassan’s Disco Deewane.

Both the girls listened to the whole record and danced too while Anurag enjoyed football match on TV with the other officers. The speciality that evening for both Moon and Misry was a bottle of Thums Up, Limca or Gold Spot.

Back in the eighties fizzy drinks were not that easily available in the stores as they were available now and the…

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Letter V: Vow (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

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“Daddy lappy lappy,” said Moon stretching her arms at Anurag.

Anurag was engrossed in the morning newspaper but his heart melt when he looked down at Moon. Quickly he kept aside the newspaper and took the little girl in his lap.

Moon circled her arm around his neck and pecked his cheek gently. “I miss you so much Daddy.”

Anurag pecked her back and said, “I miss you too dear but I have work to take care of and you know that.”

Moon nodded. She was used to his absence at home. Her father being a B.S.F officer was most of the time posted in the border areas. “Are…

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Letter U: UuLala (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

2T3A7106 Rita, Moon’s friend

“And then it flew off the window, there,” said Moon turning her head towards the window so that her braids tap her cheeks. “And then the big dog jumped over the gate to gasp the birdie,” she continued slightly tilting of her head so that one of her braids touched her arms.

Moon continued her story session with her friends while her braids irresistibly followed the way she titled her head on either side. In a way Moon was enjoying her new hair style and it was not hidden from her friends either.

“You look lovely, Moon,” said Rita.

“I know,” answered Moon smiling.

Rita and…

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Letter T: Trouble (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

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“Ma I want you to style my hair like this one,” said Moon while dressing up for school.

“What’s the fuss dear? You might be late for school,” warned Madhavi. She had just finished parting Moon’s hair in the middle and was making a pony tail.

“No. I don’t like it. I want this one.” Moon was holding a page from the magazine and showing it to her mother. The page had a picture of a girl off to school. Her hairstyle had two thinner braids, starting right near the temple on either side of the head, merging into the main braid at the back.

“But Moon, your hair…

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Letter S : Solution (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

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The silence outside was confusing her. She tried hard to pick up the noise outside the bathroom door but all she heard was dead silence that was getting disturbed by the occasional whistle of the pressure cooker in the kitchen.

I am not going to stand here the whole day wandering what Di is up to. I need to go out and find for myself. Moon made up her mind and took a quick shower.

Misry smiled as she heard the water splash from the outside. Hmm.. Not a bad start, a good way to charm my little sister out of that hole. She was all set for Mission…

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Letter R: Rage (AtoZ2019)

Paromita Goswami

I am doing #atozchallenge2019 on my blog. Everyday in the month of April In will be doing the letters from AtoZ with the with small scenes from my WIP The Sibling Saga. Hope you enjoy with Misry and her sister Moon.

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“Ma see, Moon is not getting out of the bathroom. I am getting late for school,” said Misry angrily. This had become their daily affair. Every time Misry gets ready to go for bath in the morning Moon would rush in unannounced and occupy the bathroom. Misry had been having trouble getting ready in her specified time and almost missed her school bus twice this week.

“Why do both of you have to get ready at the same time? You can do that a little early and she can do it a bit late. Why is there so much fuss about everything with you sisters? We too have grown…

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