Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Happy Birthday To Me!!

What better than my blog to pen down my feelings on my birthday!
Lately, the family is going through a rough patch. The loss of loved ones is beyond words and cruel. Only time heals, nothing else does. This month came along with two such sad news and gave us a jerk to reality. No amount of planning or thinking can change destiny.
But this post isn't about the darker hues. No matter what might be going with each and every one in the family, every one was considerate to wish me a happy birthday. Nothing lavish, but the hubby, bil, mom and kiddo planned a act-surprised-12-pm-cake-cutting! I had a huge slice of yummy kiwi and death by chocolate cake. It was great to have all of them.. all of them who mattered to me :) Thank you guys :) You mean the world to me!
The hubby went a step ahead and got me a thoughtful card [ask me , why the stress on the card! He doesn't like getting them, doesn't like reading them and finds it difficult to select one] It has one of the most beautiful wordings on a card and I am really happy. He also gifted me a cute huggable soft toy. Pictures coming soon...
Google wished me a happy birthday too! Wish we could contact all those people in the heaven above, maybe tag them in a facebook post or write to them and tell them, how every special day is incomplete without them. How every smile brings along unwept tears! But alas! RIP my loved ones! Miss you a whole lot more today!

A big THANK YOU to everyone who stood by me at my best and at my worst!

Friday, September 4, 2015

And another month passed...

Her tummy ached. She felt the same feeble pain. She crossed her fingers, no this can't be it...Not this month again...

But that wasn't to be. She carried her purse to the washroom, it is still a taboo being seen with a sanitary napkin, isn't it, she thought. Her periods had started. No amounts or prayers and medicines had helped. She pinged him and told that her periods had started and he bravely told her to take care. He knew she'd cry and he had to keep her spirits high.
     Been a while they'd been married now. Family and friends continuously enquired about the family being extended. They were ready to wait, may be another year. But then the unnecessary happened. She was diagnosed with poly cyst ovaries and the doctor said it might be difficult conceiving. All plans of onsite dreams and vacations were dropped and the focus shifted to doctors and medicines and having a baby. The pain that came along was not spoken, it was mutually understood between the two.
And yet another month passed...

This post is for Marathon bloggers!!
Fingers crossed to keep this blog alive!

Another lazy bum post!

As much as I love drawing, painting, claying and crafting, I have a lazy bum which doesn't move at all on weekends. It rests and rests ...