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October 10, 2013


Waiting eagerly for the next chapter.

This is very interesting! One gets the sense that hired help are shiftless and treacherous from reading popular texts. But obviously, that is a grossly unfair generalization. I'm glad you are presenting another aspect!

Beautifully written, Usha. Now that I am back and in a state of readjustment I can completely relate to your post. Can't wait to hear all your stories.

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