Magical Gifts enriches relationship and have good memories attached to it. It makes us love the giver more than the gift.
I gave a Sleeveless Sweater to my Dad when visiting India. He wore it almost everyday. Summer and winter under his shirt.
An Old Pen which was lent to me but forgot to return. I have no contact with the friend but the pen has so many memories of good times shared. The Old Plant that my friend left behind for me to care when she returned back to India. The Hand me down Costume Jewellery my Aunt gave me.
My mom’s Old Saree which I converted to scarfs and gifted myself as gift from my mom.
The Medical Facemask from Anto, A Painting by Sarah , The Handwritten greeting card by Tina. Puttu maker from Shyla and Copper Pot for Drinking water from Lyla.
The Bag that Latha gave me as Cabin bag as my purse was overflowing. A Old Cooking Pan that my friend left behind for me to use.
A Coffee Mug received from Anna my God Child. Every time I drink from it I get a warm feeling. Tiny Lavender Bags from France to sleep well from Olivia
The Book that Gina my friend gave my daughter. She reads it again and again.
Chopsticks from friends in Japan – Postage cost was more than the gift. A Post Card from China from Ang Li in to say hello (Ofcourse we are on whastapp)
The Photocopies of an old book that my cousin Mini saved for me. Bindhu Taking Holidays when I come to visit and Sherl feeding me like a kid. Roy’s Antique handbag.
Aloo Paratha with Pickle that Sita packs for me to eat on the Train for Sunday Shopping.
Especially gifts from children Potraits of me, Handmade chirstmas decorations or Painting and the many many other gifts I receive everyday from friends and family.
I love receiving magical gifts which makes me love the giver more than the gift.