I love my Blog #BlogChatter

I take on the baton of Blog Love from Ajay Kontham


I started off with a diary, but couldn’t sustain it for long

The ink would spread and the words bled leaving me forlorn

I had so many words and thoughts trapped inside of me

I wanted to write them down to save them for posterity

So what did I do? I signed up for a blog

‘Deliciously Alive’, it was called for 12 years long

I wrote and published and I also shared

With people very few, only those I knew who cared

And then I met BlogChatter and things began to change

I realized that I needed a bigger home and a decided on a new name

I now own a tiny space on the vast internet, it’s called Sirimiri

Sirimiri is Latin for a fine drizzle of rain, isn’t the name quirky?

I thought it was apt for my blog which is why I named it so

My blog represents me and we should match, don’t you think so?

Sirimiri is a fine drizzle of words, in my case

Words that fall softly but once read don’t leave you the same

My Blog is my calling card it will lead you to me

When you visit and leave a comment behind, I smile showing 32 teeth

Sirimiri is where you’ll find my varied feelings, happiness and angst

My unfiltered thoughts, celebrations and my rants

My blog has grown with me as we traversed together through the years

Acquiring a sheen of wisdom and facing all our fears

I think these are reasons enough to show my love for my blog

Thought they keep changing and multiplying these will do for now

I love Sirimiri and Sirimiri is me

We both are open books that choose the page we want you to read.

I pass on the baton of Blog Love to Chandni 

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  1. Yes the blog has indeed grown .When you read your own posts ypu can actually see the subtle change that has come in your thoughts and feelings.That’s precious .Having a living book .Our blog is our living book.
    Happy #Blogloving

  2. I love Sirimiri too – the name, he blog, the person behind it! 🙂 A fine drizzle of words, it is!

  3. So lovely to read your blogging journey Mayuri! Sirimiri is such a beautiful name for your lovely blog, really apt! A fine drizzle of your beautiful thoughts and words. I wish Sirimiri loads of love and milestones in the times to come!

  4. Mayuri Nidigallu Novemberschild

    Blogging requires time, devotion, commitment, and discipline. And just to be clear, those are all good things to embrace – they will help you get the most out of your days and life. Whether it be through comments, e-mails, or social media, you may be surprised at how quickly you meet people on-line. And by meet people, I mean legitimately form relationships that seek to serve one another. Keeping all this mind, our blogs deserve much Love.

  5. Beautiful blessed journey of #bloglove you have. Best wishes for SIRIMIRI Indeed Blogchatter make it possible

  6. Wowza! 12 years of blogging! I’m sure your blog-valentine is super happy with all the love, care and commitment over the years 😉

    Really enjoyed the way you introduced the blog and it’s journey to us readers. Sirimiri does sound so exotic and fun, and the analogy you drew between rain and your words on the blog is mindblowing ❤

  7. Did I tell you that you’re one of my fav bloggers in the blogosphere? If not then here I just said it! I love your chirpy storytelling and more than that your kindness. Always be awesome! 🙂

  8. 12 years of blogging!! You are a pro, Mayuri! Happy to be back to your blog and learning about your blog journey. Keep blogging, keep growing!

  9. Beautiful Lines for the beautiful blog by the beautiful lady. Love your writings M. Happy Blog Love

  10. Loved reading about your journey M. You write beautifully and it is such a lovely poem. Sending love and luck to you and your blog. 🙂

  11. ..and Mayuri is such a sweet person who is fun, serious and a great person to know about..

  12. Oh what a fine drizzle of words that was Mayuri! And very quirky indeed. You must really really love your blog to write a sonnet about it and so lyrical at that !
    I could literally see you dancing around with your laptop like they do in musicals and I was showing my 32 teeth as visualized that.
    You are deliciously alive and so inspired – I am kind of hoping that this year your enthusiasm and the great content you create rubs off a bit on me..
    Sending you happy vibes !

  13. Hey Mayuri, my thought for Blogchatter is the same as yours. After I signed in for this team, there was no looking back. And that made me realise that I need my own small space in the blogosphere. Sirimiri is surely like when it falls on you, it does not leave you the same. Happy Blogging!

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