For you to Notice.

 

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Few years down, it was a small step with a true inspiring everyday short story ‘A tale of two Moms’ @http://www.chaitalibhattacharjee7.com/?p=58; a story which you and I can relate with a universal theme of maternal bonding. Then came a verse on female foeticide ‘Girl Unborn – The Monologue’ @http://www.chaitalibhattacharjee7.com/?p=334, an issue which time immemorial I have proclaimed dear to my heart.

While publications in acclaimed Huffingtonpost India, SoulSpot, Parentous and various other channels provided me with elation and content, but quite recently the incorrigible loss that left a void in my heart is still in the process of bereavement. As said time is powerful, I leave myself to its mercy. I lost my Moonlight, my Grandmom. Someone who gave me life’s biggest lesson ‘Never give up on love.’
A dedication year back ‘To my Moonlight’ @http://www.chaitalibhattacharjee7.com/?p=986 on a special day of her birthday brings back memories filled with fondness, love and purity.

Saying all this I just wanted to inform my readers, followers and fellow blogger friends that I moved from free WordPress site https://chaitalibhattacharjee7.wordpress.com into own domain http://www.chaitalibhattacharjee7.com. A sincere thank you to blogger friend Mr. Alok Vats for setting my domain.

To convey that this place which still stays as ‘Love, Life and Whatever’ is special to me is an understatement. An abode where I find my voice and where you listen to it ardently and share yours. A place where I write and express to inspire or amuse in some way. The outpourings of my readers made me realise how we interconnect at some level or other as human.
My writing is the reflection of my soul. This would have never been possible and the journey would have been that much inane without the kindness and the boost being showered by my readers and friends in each of my expressions(posts). Love for all.

 

73 thoughts on “For you to Notice.

  1. R says:

    I’m sorry to hear about your Grandmom. How wonderful that she inspired you to write about her!

    Congratulations on your new writer’s home. I shall miss your support but am excited for your new adventure. xo, Rose

  2. I’m sorry to hear about your Grandmom. How wonderful that she inspired you to write about her!

    Congratulations on your new writer’s home. I shall miss your support but am excited for your new adventure. xo, Rose

  3. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder says:

    No words can console this loss, I know πŸ™

    May her soul rest in peace.

    Congratulations on the new domain….

  4. I still remember the post you have written in praise of your grandmom and now this news. May your Grandmom rest in peace!

    And congratulations for moving to self-hosting blog.

  5. Jayanta says:

    Congratulations and the very best. I am confident that your posts will spread positivity and will be thought provoking as always. Go viral, sky is the limit.

  6. Sorry to hear abut your granny… I lost my daadi just last year – Dec ’15… so can totally relate with your loss. Take care… May both our grandmothers rest in peace and smile at us from above… Much love πŸ™‚

  7. She is watching you from up there Chaitali. They all meet up there and bless us. Stay positive and stay strong. Congratulations on your new Blog.

  8. Sorry to hear about your loss, Chaitali! I’ve not known my grandmothers but I hear they’re very special. I’m sure you miss her. Good luck with the new site!

  9. So sorry on your loss! I lost mine in 1983 and 1991, the memories are still fresh. I can understand your pain and sense of loss.

    Congrats on your new domain! πŸ™‚

  10. Grandmas are angels and I understand the pain. Sorry for your loss Chaitali.
    And as for the new domain, congrats! πŸ™‚ I did wonder why I never saw your posts for a long time.

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