Chia Seed Pudding


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11 Responses

  1. Lovely. And a really promising start to a relationship..
    Mind you, it is early here and I am really craving a recipe for chia pudding.

  2. Denise Covey says:

    Love the writing and love the look of that chia pudding. I just made chia seed breakfast for tomorrow with chia seeds, coconut milk and blueberries. Hungry already!

  3. Sara says:

    Lovely post Kalpana !New beginnings with chia seeds !Funny how little things bring people together.

  4. shalzmojo says:

    Now why cant such stuff happen to me at parties Kalpanaa ? Where do I attend this party? 😉
    Loved the measure of spoof throughout the read!! Playful and fun!! Cheers

  5. Rowan says:

    I like how you built the story out of more dialogue than description, letting the characters speak for themselves. Dialing back the heavy metaphor in the rest of the piece would have helped the really elegant passages stand out more the way they deserve to.

  6. Nathan says:

    Your narrator’s observations and the glib way she speaks made me like her right away. Some of the dialogue felt more focused on furthering the storyline than on conveying a natural conversation. Like when she described the pudding to her friend who could see what she was eating.

  7. Asha Rajan says:

    You did a great job of building the dynamic between these characters through their own words (also, I love chia seeds).

  8. Ravish Mani says:

    Well build up, Kalpanaa. Liked the end. The details in the story makes it more relatable. Some dialogues are really interesting, like this one: “Unfortunately I’m like this with or without alcohol.”

  9. Indrani says:

    Lovely! Hope it has a happy end. 🙂

  1. May 12, 2017

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