One Sentence Story:
In a world full of horror, we need to cherish the little wins even more.
About This One Sentence Story:
You may have noticed that my last posts have been a bit darker. If you haven’t, go read them again. Refresh the page a few times. For those wondering, I haven’t exactly been feeling better but I haven’t been feeling as awful. I don’t know if that makes sense.
But even though I’m in a bit of a rut, some good stuff still happens in life. And I’m trying to focus on that. So what’s the good stuff, you ask? Don’t be so nosy, I’m getting to it… jk!
Recently, my cousins had gone on a trip abroad and spent some of the time in India. Which means they brought back some goodies for us. I don’t really care about the clothes and stuff like that, but I do care about the food. Food is my everything especially since I don’t have much of an appetite these days. I’ve been eating like one or two sweet potatoes a day and still feel full.
Not the point. The point is they brought back one of my favourite snacks. Suki (dry) Kachori from Gujarat (I’m Gujarati). This is my favourite snack of all time. If it wasn’t fried and unhealthy I would eat it daily. Every time someone I know goes to India and specifically Gujarat, I tell them to bring me dry kachori. I’m literally so happy they brought them and I’ve been eating them for the last few days. And my appetite is kind of coming back. Yay! Also, if you’ve never tried dry kachori please run to your nearest Indian grocery store and buy some. They’re SO good!
PS. Used this random image of me because I look happy and it was a good memory that I want to cherish!
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