So it’s the holiday season and everywhere I look there’s so much happiness and warmth. It’s the Christmas cheer and truly following the Xmas spirit, we lovely women at Indiblogeshwaris, have decided to extend the festivities to our blogs by spreading love and reading other blogs. Blogs that otherwise, in all probability, we would have never come across.
And that’s how I bumped into “Pondering Two”, a blog that’s run by a wonderful couple, Hetal Kachalia and Rohan Kachalia. The first thing that came to my mind when I started reading their blog that it’s quite user friendly. The template used is a simple one with not much of widget-cluttering. I liked the simple and no-nonsense tone of the blog. Also the share buttons are right there at the top of the post, which is a very clever thing to do, it reminds your readers to share the posts they like.
The posts are related to love, romance and life that the authors weave beautifully in short stories, poems and Haiku. There are also quite a few book reviews that are detailed and informative. I would suggest the authors to change the font and increase the font size of the posts. I loved the many Haiku on the blog and ones that caught my attention were this and this one.
I also liked the fact that the authors always respond to the comments on their posts which I attempt to do, but sometimes due to lack of time, I fail in replying to the kind comments of people who take time out to read my blog.
I also loved the short stories that are penned in the blog. They revolve around the theme of love, marriage and romance. I was quite surprised when I realized that the blog is just a year and a few months old but the kind of reader base it has garnered and the number of posts written are applaud worthy.
I was little disappointed that the blog has not been updated for quite some time now. But I guess everyone needs a little break in life. I sincerely wish that the Hetal and Rohan write more and share their stories and proses more in their blog.
So hop on to the lovely blog and read some great posts by Hetal and Rohan. Here are a few of their posts that I read and loved.
Have a merry Christmas and a happy, prosperous New Year!