Awards Archive


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Few Days ago CB hosted a contest called ‘Finish It To Win It’. In this contest CB wrote the 1st half of the story and asked her readers to complete the rest. To be fair to all the readers the entries were anonymous and were judged with no bias… which according me to the best part of the whole contest. I also participated and here is my entry.

1  (CB’s Story)

Will and Rose weren’t the perfect couple, but the honesty they’d invested in their marriage made it so special. Like all of us, they shared their bit



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The lazy ass me has finally decided to pick up the Honest Scarp Award given by Aditi (4 months ago) and Kanagu (nearly 2 months ago).

Like every award this also comes with a set of rules –

1. I must thank the person who gave me the award and list their blog and link it.

2. I must list 10 honest things about myself.

3. I must put a copy of Honest Scrap logo on my blog.

4. I must notify the bloggers of the award (I will try to do this but seriously shouldn’t they be reading my



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I have been given yet another award. And this time the award comes from Staci from Just Bloggled. The rules of this award are pretty simple

Copy the award pic and add it to your post. List 10 things that make you happy. Tag 10 bloggers who brighten your day and notify them of their win. Link back to the blogger who gave you the award in your post. Link to the new award winners.

So, here are the 10 things that make me happy. I am not gonna name my Dad, Friends and you know who because they






Crammed In One

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If some of you have been wondering where I have been for the past few weeks then, the answer is NH7 highway…. I mean on trip to Bangalore. I have been to Bangalore a zillion times before but this time around the trip was different. Firstly I traveled to Bangalore twice in two weeks, secondly the 2 weeks have been very stressful and emotionally draining and thirdly we drove to Bangalore the 1sttime around. Well, when I am on this highway let me tell you that I finally got to the see the ISKCON temple that I have been longing