My Profound Thoughts

Simple yet subtle.. Profoundly silly yet thought-provoking.. Sums up life..

Personal Blog

  • Good Evening Folks ❤️

    Good Evening Folks ❤️

    Evening sun seeped in through the front window imparting a warm aura to my living room. And I sat at the one that opened to my garden, with a vase of flowers adorning the view. The branches of small trees, still leafless after the falls, kept swaying gently in the rhythm of the breeze. And,… Continue reading

  • A difficult last “ goodbye”

    Describe the last difficult “goodbye” you said. Saying goodbyes are the most difficult, and I am not a fan of it. Life doesn’t give many options as well, making goodbyes even more challenging than it already is. My last difficult goodbye happened 12 years ago, which I told my grandfather. I grew up in my… Continue reading

  • Daffodils ❤️

    Daffodils ❤️

    Thank God for another beautiful day. I opened the curtains to welcome the morning glory and sat down, grabbing my cup of tea. My husband has gone to work, leaving me to my own two capable hands. Though not sunny, the weather is pleasant outside. It’s not so warm, but indeed a perfect day to… Continue reading

  • An Evening Walk with Family

    An Evening Walk with Family

    ~An excerpt from My London Diaries As Shahrukh’s dialogue in Devdas goes (“London ki baat hi kuch aur hai”), the city of London is one of a kind. It never stays still; like the people here, everything keeps moving. As the sun dips in the western horizon, the metropolis transforms, illuminating a different facade which… Continue reading

  • The Child Within 😊

    No matter how much you age, there is a child in you who never want to grow up. I know it because I come across one each day, I try to keep her in and hold her back, but on occasions, I miserably fail at this task. Though I try to hide her, I never… Continue reading

  • Of course, I am Patriotic 😊

    Are you patriotic? What does being patriotic mean to you? I’ve been residing in a foreign country for years now. But that hasn’t changed my patriotism in one bit. My country is an emotion to me, the national anthem of which portrays the beauty and diversity of my sub-continent. Although there are many corrupted socio-economic… Continue reading

  • Milestone Musings

    Milestone Musings

    An excerpt from My London Diaries When I say, it’s 12 years since I moved to the UK, I’ve heard a few comments on how quickly time has passed, in the blink of an eye, etc. Is it true though? Well, truth to be told, I have lived and felt every moment of every day.… Continue reading

  • Happy Valentine’s Day My Love ❤️

    Happy Valentine’s Day My Love ❤️

    Awake and Asleep, We lived every breath. In laughter and tears, We clung to each other. To embrace our differences. We fought, and reconciled, When life happened, We did fall apart. We were in it together, And we moved on. We backed each other, In good and bad. We travelled, had fun And made memories… Continue reading

  • When plants listen…

    When plants listen…

    You know I took good care of you my baby plant, Though you were in the pot and not in the land I made sure you get your warmth, water and light, And to ensure that I never put you out of my sight But your leaves started falling off one by one Until finally… Continue reading

  • Life and Death: Both happens..

    Life and Death: Both happens..

    How does death change your perspective? Death wasn’t a topic of my thoughts until the COVID-19 pandemic clutched the world in 2020. I guess it’s a subject we avoid on a normal day. I never thought much of it until one day the deadly virus took over our lives like nobody’s business, and continues to… Continue reading

About Me

I am Chinchu Kuriakose aka Chinchu Gibu. I am a writer/ blogger with a vision of spreading positivity and good cheer to the world and a Clinical Research Nurse by profession, working in Cancer Research. The creative side of me adores nature, humanity, romance and emotions; while the professional side of me works on research protocols and evidence-based practice. When a feeling, a moment, a thought or a memory touches my heart, it flows as words. I do it with passion; I do it with love. Yes, it is my profound thoughts that I would like to think a bit louder, so I could share a piece of it with the outer world.