N for Nostalgia!!

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36 Responses

  1. Kathy Combs says:

    Doesn't it suck that we realize only in hindsight how great things used to be when we were younger? At the time, we never appreciate it or the fact that those were the best days of our lives. ♥

  2. Sushree Dash says:

    Those were actually the best days Swathi…how we wish we could go back but sadly we can't ….

    And same pinch for today even I posted Nostalgic:)

  3. Ah! To get back to the old young and carefree days! Great post!

  4. nibhz says:

    This can't be happening! I wrote about nostalgia too! sync again Haan! You made me miss my good old days! *wipes tears of nostalgia*

  5. Th!nker says:

    My school ended just 2-3 months ago and I am already missing it like anything! I scold myself for the days when I used to say 'when will school get over for good' because now all I want to do is go back to school and meet my friends and have fun and masti! Gosh! I miss it so bad… :=(

  6. Liz A. says:

    Some nostalgia is good. But I had a friend who used to start everything with, "Remember in junior high when…" After a while I stopped talking to him. It got old, quick.

    Liz A. from Laws of Gravity

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  8. Usha Menon says:

    Ah that was a golden period. We were care free. no responsibilities and no worries. Wish those days could come back.

  9. vinodini says:

    I guess all of us go through this phase Swati…when we realize that growing up into an adult is never that great but the growing years were the icing on the cake! Very well written!

  10. Laurel Regan says:

    Thinking back on childhood memories is so bittersweet. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

  11. Anna Jeanine says:

    Just reading your post brought back memories! It's good to look back and remember those happy times.

  12. PhenoMenon says:

    Its always like that isn;t it.. we tend to wait for the growing part so much and then we wish to go back down


  13. Swathi you took me back to my childhood days. So much nostalgia. Wonderful Blogpost.

  14. AmitAag says:

    Nostalgia! …great choice for the week:)

  15. Amrit Sinha says:

    This brought a smile to my face … lovely memories 🙂

  16. Ananya Tales says:

    Good take on N, lovely memories 🙂

  17. Romi C says:

    I enjoyed reading your beautiful story of your childhood.


  18. Hmmm.. Nostalgia… We need to enjoy living in the moment.. I guess that is what matters. Nostalgia is poignant. Nice post Swathi.

  19. arey mere sher mere cheeteh… athos aur aramis dono ne Nostalgia ki baare mein likha :O Wow…. You both made me feel nostalgic!!

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  20. Prasanna Rao says:

    Childhood is the best phase of one's life and name-place-thing-animal was my favorite game too 🙂

  21. sulekkha says:

    You said it, socializing by ignoring the person sitting next to you 🙂 There is a famous gazal by Jagjit Singh, woh kaagaz ki kasti, woh baarish ka pani. Childhood is a mgical period in our lives.

  22. Nabanita says:

    You know your posts makes me realize that everyday the memories playing out in my mind's background is a way to hold on to something that was good, pleasant…Good one

    N for Nauseated-Random Thoughts Naba

  23. Mina Menon says:

    BTW i still use katti with my close frnds 🙂

  24. I try to follow the Carly Simon maxim: These are the good old days.

  25. Sophie Bowns says:

    I think nostalgia is good!- I love your posts. 🙂

  26. sadiya says:

    Really those days were magical,, no worries,,well biggest worry was doing home work,,, nthing else,,,,,, well I realize it nw hw worthy those times were,,,,,,misssing my school days :'( areh tune toh rula diya iss post se 😛

  27. i found myself nodding my head to everything i was reading….katti, yes, name-place-animal-thing, yes yes,!! ah! those good old days!!!

  28. Paula Kaye says:

    My childhood days were never this carefree. But I remember the games and the times outdoors with siblings. Great post

  29. 🙂 choldhood, the shaping years no?

  30. childhood <3 yea swatz those were best days <3

  31. Shailaja V says:

    So so true about childhood then and social media now. Sigh. I still make sure that my daughter gets her outdoor time and limit gadgets to once a week. Maybe I should do the same for myself 😉

  32. Nostalgically beautiful 🙂

  33. Name – place – thing – animal 🙂 Brought back many nostalgic memories to me too today .. Dropping by from the AtoZ challenge

    GS at Moontime Tunes

  34. Carol Graham says:

    I liked what you said about appreciating where we are when we are there 🙂 When I was young I wanted to be older and vice versa.

    Carol @ Battered Hope

  35. Rajlakshmi says:

    I remember katti too… It would be the scariest and rudest thing a friend Could say. 🙂

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