Okay everyone! Help her out. We've all faced this problem sometime.
An army family is going to be on the move all the time. Count yourself lucky if you get 2-3 years of an uninterrupted peace posting. Having met so many defence families, I have come to a simple conclusion -- pati saath ho na ho, black fauji trunks kabhi ek fauji biwi ka saath nai… Continue reading Black Military boxes? No no, I want some colour
After the first part of When Army wives start using fauji lingo (Part 1, read here) was published, I got some useful feedback from Major Sa'ab. He also suggested that I ask other Army wives to contribute the words they use regularly. I asked around on Facebook and found some more such words, which meant… Continue reading When Army wives start using fauji lingo… Part 2
We all had a harrowing time when Maggi was banned. What a relief that it's coming back to reunite with her beloved fauji. I keep reading about how much Maggi means more to everyone that probably a lot of other meaningful things (I am not judging them, cos I am a Maggiholic myself). But Indian… Continue reading 9 Reasons why Maggi and Fauj are made for each other