So I know it’s not in a magazine (that was in my dream checklist), but I published a mini article on my grandmother online. Make sure to check it out :)!
It had to be 250 words, hence it is pretty short. So since pictures are worth a 1,000 words, here are some below. The photo online is one where she’s all dolled up, but I love these natural ones of her enjoying oranges with her paper. It shows her true Pyarijanesque personality.
Published by Doodling Through Life
When I doodle, whether it be swirls or figurines, I am transformed to a world in which my doodles live, and my thoughts become clear. My mind breathes.
I used to teach second grade. Now, I am a Stay-At-Home-Mother to three girls, a seasonal family photographer, and an around-the-clock-children's book author who gets distracted by my camera and buttery sunlight. Thank you for stopping by!
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she was my Bhayyas principal. I am sure he remembers her very well, but dont know if she does.
I know she has so many students :)!
REEEM! Wow, this article is my favorite one! Because I’ve known you all for so long & now I am piecing it all together! Now wonder you & Sister Huma are such amazing teachers, mA!! Your family’s foundation is one to be proud of!! Miss you all dearly 🙂
Thanks Hafsa! Miss you too. We’re blessed to have good family!
What an inspiring grandmother and a beautiful tribute 🙂
Thanks! She really is inspiring 🙂
I miss my Nani Amma so much! I LOVE the photographs–you’ve captured her spirit and your article is a lovely homage to your roots in education and family. Bravo.
Thanks Mahwish :). I had a few more too of her, but thought these would work for now :). I need to appreciate my grandparents more.