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|Blog URL: http://masalachica.com|
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|Blog Description: Masala Chica (Kiran Ferrandino) is a mother, professional, writer and singer. She finds it rather exhausting and blogs to avoid chugging wine by the bottle. She is Indian American and often writes about straddling two cultures, which is hard for her because she is NOT flexible. She does yoga, but it doesn't help (trust us). In Hindi, "Masala" means spicy, which is how Kiran likes her food. She believes the world would be a happier place if everyone would just eat one of her mother's samosas.|
|Blog Tags: Indian American - masala - marriage - immigrant - multi-racial - best mommy blog - parenting|
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The very real pregnancy experience of a family confronting having a baby with Downs Syndrome and a reaction to Ann Coulter's use of the "R" word.
| Related URL: About Masala Chica|
Meet Kiran Ferrandino, the author of Masala Chica
| Related URL: Roll Away Your Stone|
Finding inspiration in the music of popular band, Mumford & Sons, Masala Chica discusses overcoming the challenges of depression and embracing wellness.
| Related URL: Ann Coulter - I am Here For You|
A timely response to conservative political figure Ann Coulter after her attack on Gay and Lesbian coming out day and her use or the word "retarded" in referring to President Obama over Twitter.
| Related URL: Try, Try Again|
On trying to save a marriage, even when divorce seems like the only answer.
|Blog Category: Mommy Bloggers|
|Blog Owner: Kiran Ferrandino|
|Blog Added: October 26, 2012 07:53:06 PM|
|Audience Rating: General Audience|
|Blog Platform: WordPress|
|Blog Country: United States|
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|Alexa Web Ranking: 500,061|
|Latest Blog Post from Masala Chica|
A lot of people ask me the question, “Where are you from?” I know most people ask because they are curious about my ethnicity, not because they want to know which state of the Union I identify myself with. But I am never really sure, so often ask, “What do you mean?” I will respond [...]
Dear Shaila, If you are reading this, I don’t want to make assumptions about how old you are. I’d like to think you haven’t stumbled upon my blog before you are a teenager, but the fact that you can read at 5 1/2 and that you constantly play with my iPhone and iPad are not [...]
“And this wasn’t lying, not really. It was leaving out.” – Stephen King, Hearts in Atlantis A few years ago, I wrote a post about how good friends know what to say to each other in tough situations. They know the difference between being painfully truthful and kindly, gently delivering a message. Other times, they [...]
A lot of my friends don’t remember their childhood. I think that’s strange because I seem to have so many memories of my childhood and I wonder sometimes if my memories are real or just fragmented narrations that I have mentally pieced together through pictures. Birthday cakes, favorite dolls, memories of parties, family and Jordache. [...]
Or maybe you can. A post on why I want my children to have their heart broken. The lovely Shell from Things I Can’t Say is graciously hosting a post from me today. Go check it out. And have a great weekend!
There are these voices in my head. They can be LOUD. They can be annoying. One sounds a lot like my third grade teacher, Mrs. Williams, a woman who could look at me with the same derision I imagine some would reserve for Hitler. Or Judas. Or John Mayer after he’s been caught talking smack [...]
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