I know you must be wondering what the title of my blog space means. I am called Snow by the people who love me. My world comprises of the people who teach, love and motivate me. I owe a lot to the people who surround me in my little world for what I am today. I used to watch the cartoon show Noddy often with my cousins. Whenever I watched the show, I always felt that I am as lucky as Noddy to have a little world of mine consisting of the nice people I know. And hence the name, Snow’s Noddy World ๐Ÿ™‚

I am here to write about simple happenings in my life.

Thanks for visiting my blog space! I would appreciate getting any feedback or thoughts on my posts.

12 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for the like Snow. I’m glad you’re enjoying my stories of Incredible India!
    I’m an Australian who’s lived in Canada for nearly 30 years, but I too grew up with Noddy, and Big Ears. Brings back memories of my childhood in Australia ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Hey Alison .. Thanks for visiting my blog space ๐Ÿ™‚ I enjoyed reading your stories on Incredible India ๐Ÿ™‚ .. I am glad my blog brought back memories of childhood.. Childhood days are so very nice .. And it’s always a lovely feeling to get back to them ..

  2. Hi, I am Ritu from the blog โ€˜Beyond Beauty Tipsโ€™.
    I saw that we were connected through my blog. I announced my new domain a month ago but I havenโ€™t seen you there yet. Consider this as a personal invitation for my blog โ€˜Things To Rave Aboutโ€™ (http://toraveabout.com) which is just BBT at a new address.
    Hoping to see you there. Thanks!
    I used to watch Noddy too. But I haven’t been as lucky as Noddy. Snow’s Noddy world sounds perfect!

  3. Thanks for visiting and following my blog Onelifethislife! It’s nice to have visitors from all aver the world stop by. It always give me a chance to visit their site and learn or see something new. I’m looking forward to just that!

  4. Hi Thr,

    I came across your lovely blog on Scooty trips around Pune. Nicely written. Me and my sister are planning to visit Sinhagad Fort on our Scooty and wondering if you have ridden your scooter there? Are the ghat roads safe to ride thr? Also wondering if you switch off the scooter engine downhill on the way back? Need some tips, Regards, Kusum

    • Hey thanks for the kind words and welcome to my little space ๐Ÿ™‚ You are planning to drive to Sinhagad fort.. that’s sounds good. Actually I have never ridden on the ghat roads, so wouldn’t be able to guide you much on that … I am not experienced in driving on hilly roads… if you do plan, talk to someone who’s been there already and take appropriate safety measures.. riding a scooter over a hill can be risky..

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