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Memories of a Magical Mother: #WordlessWednesday

“To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power. Or the climbing, falling colors of a rainbow.”

—Maya Angelou

 

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Young and Radiant, Ma -Sumitra Mukherji

 

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The Power Couple: Father dear Father and Ma

 

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Ma with my older poppet, way back in August 2013

 

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My Younger Poppet and Ma. Don’t miss those enchanting expressions.
August 2013

 

 

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My Mommy Bestest

 

 

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A Memorable, First Breakfast Outing in the Early Months of the Battle with the Big C, at Our Favourite DiGhent Cafe

 

Memories of a Magical Mother: #WordlessWednesday

A year just whizzed by. You made your onward journey to the other side of that magical rainbow not without challenges. It will precisely be a year, on Tuesday, 5 February, 2019.

Here’s my little, heart-felt tribute, captured in just a few frames; to let you know wherever you are, and wherever you will be; your precious being will always remain firmly planted in our souls.

You live not just in our hearts, but amongst us every single moment and day, infusing our lives with your little nuggets of wisdom, the recipes that you have left us to treasure and savour, the words that tumble unknowingly from our lips, are all but yours. Ones that we truly treasure and will continue to hold close to our hearts, eternally.

Stay beautiful, stay serene, stay radiant, darling Ma.

Keep pouring your divine light through the dappled morning sunlight, or the gossamer wings of fluttering butterflies, or the serenading light of the mystical moon.

 

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23 thoughts on “Memories of a Magical Mother: #WordlessWednesday

  1. Obsessivemom says:

    That’s a beautiful post and I’m so very sorry for your loss. When loved ones leave us, it is hard to accept and yet you’ve done so with such grace. Hope the peace never leaves you.

  2. Anagha Yatin says:

    Hugs to you Natasha. Such a warm emotional tribute. You now have a guarding angel up above , a shining star to guide you with the light of her teachings and wisdom.

  3. Shilpa Garg says:

    This is such a beautiful tribute to your mom, Natasha!
    The pictures have captured some amazing memories and moments. Your eyes are exactly like you mom!! A big hug to you!!

  4. Anshu Bhojnagarwala says:

    Such a beautiful post, Natasha! I am so sorry for your loss, but reading this post made me smile, you have such wonderful memories of her. And you look so much like your ma. God bless her wherever she is!

  5. Anamika Agnihotri says:

    A heartwarming post! It is believed all the good vibes we create and send for those who have crossed over reach their souls wherever they are. I am sure the love and stability with which you remember your mother will make her happy wherever she is. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos with us.

  6. Debbie D. says:

    This is a wonderful tribute to your mother, Natasha! ♥ You have her beautiful eyes and radiant smile. I’m so sorry for your loss. 🙁 Cancer is such an insidious disease.

  7. Rajlakshmi says:

    A beautiful dedication to your mother. You have such an uncanny resemblance to your mom. Loved that picture with your younger poppet. So much joy and love captured in these frames.

  8. Mahathi Ramya says:

    Your mom was beautiful and you got many face features from her. It’s difficult to get on with loss, but reliving those memories and beautiful moments by seeing photos relieves mind.

  9. Anouradha Bakshia says:

    Such a touching and beautiful tribute. I lost my mother almost 30 years ago and yet I feel her presence every day in the caress of the breeze or warmth of the winter sun. Thank you for this beautiful post

  10. Shilpa Gupte says:

    That was such a beautiful tribute to your mum, Natasha! Hugs to you! I am sure your Ma must be smiling as she too reads this tribute to her. 🙂

    You are a carbon copy of your mum,Natasha! Lucky you! <3

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