Evergreen memories

Geethica

My writings are reflections of my views towards life. I believe that whatever happens only happens with a reason. And the best happens when it is not seen. Because holding on believes that there is a past; letting go knows that there is a future. My piece of work gives me a second chance that life denies.
My words help me build my character each and every day. I read new articles every day and learn something new from them. And I am trying to write also regularly. All the visuals that happen around me make a place inside my brain waiting to be penned down as beautifully as possible.
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41 Responses

  1. MerogAndMom says:

    I loved watching I dream of Jeannie in my childhood😍 I used to crazily run on the roads just to reach home within time after school😂

     
  2. That CID bit made me laugh out loud!

     
  3. Aww such a cute post. Loved the CID and your brother connection. We had something very similar at my place.

     
  4. Nayantara says:

    WOw you made me so nostalgic. Remington Steele was where I fell in love with Pierce Brosnan too. Love this.

     
  5. what a beautiful trip down the memory lane!! i dream of genie waas my favourite too, though Major Nelson looked like a monkey to me 😛

     
  6. CID…hehehe…my mom in law is still obsessed with it….My favourite was small wonder…and later moved to friends…

     
  7. momtasticworld says:

    Your post made me nostalgic….I am an elder sister too…. and That CID pic is just so damn good hehehehehe.

     
  8. I too feel happy on thinking about being an elder sister and watching cartoon marathons during my childhood days. Those are really sweet memories.

     
  9. This freshened up my memories! I loves watching Small wonder and I dream of Jeanine once back from school everyday too!

     
  10. Anchal says:

    I loved the final thoughts that you have put. I wanted to grow up fast when I was a kid. And now I dread being an adult

     
  11. I can never forget those days of watching “Jeanie” together

     
  12. Vaidehi says:

    CID haha how can I forget it.

     
  13. Aesha says:

    I loved to watch Remington Steele too. But my favourite is Friends. I keep watching the re runs all the time. Also Nikhil Chinnappa on M- TV . I used to rush back home from college to watch him mid noon daily. This are some amazing memories. Thanks for writing this post. I went back in time.

     
  14. Obsessivemom says:

    I loved Jeannie and my sister and I would mimic the way she’d shut her eyes and nod her head to make magic. Sundays were our TV days and I remember having long arguments with our mom because we wanted to watch TV the whole day.

     
  15. vidhiduggal says:

    I dream of genie and Bewitched were my favourite too. I still don’t know why ACP Pradyuman shakes his hand that way. Air Daya ka naam Daya kyun rakha 🙂 Jokes apart, I loved reading your blog.

     
  16. Jiya B says:

    Your post took me to memory lane. I loved it . Childhood and the TV time was just awsome. Now there is nothing all stories look alike.

     
  17. mahekg says:

    I love jeannie show so much miss it.. I am the elder one so can relate but my brother is bossy
    Daya darwaza khol de ….
    l

     
  18. Same Pinch Geethica, I have a sibling who is like 9 yrs younger to me. I loved I Dream of Jennie too.. what a classic show that was. CID hahah that show will make history- it’s still on man!!!

    Loved it G. Here’s mine http://www.gleefulblogger.com/2017/07/08/childhood-memories-thankful-thursdays/

     
  19. Loved the post .Bewitched was adorable I also liked several other mic shows on star World .
    We need to learn to be happy at every stage because time never stops her good or bad.
    Geethica you said something wonderful which I deeply believe in .
    Thank you for writing with us for #Thankful Thursdays

     
  20. We want to grow faster to have more responsibilities in hand and enjoy life as adults. But when we grow, we realise what the actual reality is- You couldn’t have said it better, Geethica.
    We miss our childhoods as it was a special time because of the innocence. I was smiling as I read that you trained your brother to watch CID when you missed it :)))
    Thank you for writing for #ThankfulThursdays

     

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