If you are the followers of my blog or following me on social media, you must be knowing that my book ‘The 23rd Girl‘ is out and getting some really good response and reviews. The book is basically about a teenage boy named Rashv, whose claim to fame is his never say die spirit and his chronicles and tryst with a particular number. However, his mom is as unique as he is.
Like most Indian mothers, she represented the single most influence in his life. She was a pillar of strength for Rashv so much so that even though age had added some laugh lines around her smiling mouth, she had twice the amount of a loving heart full of care, love and devotion for Rashv.
But when she gets irked, it is like playing with fire! The only best thing one can do is listen to her and you pause for a minute, look towards your feet and say those two words which will melt her slightly. And then rush to give her a warm hug.
However, when you have a son like Rashv, his mom needs to have that motivational speech always ready to prep up the disheartened son. But, the overdose of the speech can result into something like this…
“Mom, please, gimme a break from your motivational exercise! The overdose is such that if I hear it just one more time, I swear I’ll stop studying and try a hand at being a ‘Life Coach’ and spend the rest of my days at maybe one of those red-light areas giving free lectures on the same.”
So in a nutshell,
So, in a nutshell, a mother-son love and bond is unconditional, but each of their temper is a completely another subject.
About the blog link up – Open every fortnight
- It will be a Fortnightly Linky party which will go Live on 1st and 15th of every Month.
- No limit on word count- It can be a text post or a picture.
- Linky will remain open for 10 days.
- By Joining the linky you are giving us permission to email and or tweet you a weekly reminder.
- You will get a comment from at least one of the hosts on the post you link up.
- We will give you a little shout out on Twitter.
How to participate
- Write a new post and mention the Quote you are writing around.
- You can use the prompts or use your own favorite quote:
- Parenting is saying the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
- My Kid is turning out to be exactly like me. Well played, Karma.
- If you have never been hated by your child, you have never been a Parent.
- Add the #QuotedStories badge to the HTML / Text portion in your post -or- a back link to “lifethroughmybioscope.com” or “rohankachalia.com”. Send us a message on twitter if you’re stuck, we’re here to help!
- Comment on both hosts posts and on a post before yours. That’s only 3! More is always a bonus! It would be easy to track if you to use #QuotedStories while commenting.
- After you link up, tag us for a retweet: @lifebioscope @rohank01 & include #QuotedStories
So, are you ready to join the Bandwagon? Meet new bloggers, find new readers & people who see you as a Blogger first.
INSTALOVE: You can also post your QuotePicture on your Instagram wall using hashtag #QuotedStories . Do tag me @kacrohan and Upasna @life_through_my_bioscope and we will shout-out the most loved quote in the next linkup post.