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Smiley Saturdays - 5 (Simply Happy Smile)


With a week that I would love to count as one of the weeks I never lived, I really have been thinking to start posting Smiles every alternate week. Things that should not have happened in my Mumbai last week, coupled with a week’s life that I had, posting a smile was certainly a distant thought for me. In addition to all these adversaries, inability to get on to a ride was another factor restricting me to post the scheduled smile. But as the week approached its end, as the life in the Metro start breathing again, with a state of no-relief I checked my blogger stats and found a constant number of visitors visiting my page, that too without a lot social-networking efforts. In fact on the brighter side of tunnel my page also earned its first Google PageRank. That surely brought a smile, howsoever faint though, on my face.

This week I’m again posting my niece’s smile. Especial about this one is its simplicity. I took these snaps way back in 2006 with my first digital camera, it was Orion if I remember it right. I shot this picture while my sister was getting her ready for the school; and she didn’t want to go to school so that she can spend more and more time with me. When after repeated requests my sister agreed to get my niece a day’s leave at school, I got the shot of lifetime with the simplest still the prettiest smile of my collection!

My niece Nini, 'I don wanna go to school'

She jus had won the prize to be with her Mama (Uncle) whole day along

Though I'm actually seeing no light on the other side of the tunnel, in fact the tunnel it self, these pics do encourage me to some extent to be Happy irrespective of the happenings....May God bless me the courage.....





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  1. congrats 4 ur pagerank...she is cute...

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  2. Thanks Sub! :) It is truly rewarding to have a regular visitor like you....I believe that only earned me the PR! :)

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