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28 August, 2010

We are made for certain things and maybe not for others!

I was having an interesting conversation with a dear friend the other day when a kind of hypothesis or premise appeared quite conspicuously to the fore!

I was generally cribbing about the odious tasks pertaining to motherhood*I swear I have not cribbed so much in 32 years of my existence on Mother Earth as I have in the last 32 days...Motherhood makes you a cribbing pot, dear folks...so beware n please bear*

Okay...so I was generally ranting n doing waa-waa*sob, sob* when this friend pointed out to me that maybe I was not made for motherhood!

It struck me as a thunderbolt for in my subconscious I was always afraid of the same!

You know how people beam post having a child in their arms...
A smile is like a permanent fixture and could put even Monalisa to shame...
My countenance is often the display of exasperation n tiredness!
And if there is anything that I am sure of on this planet, it is this that I would have felt the very same had Seeya been born of my own womb!

After entertaining my daughter for an odd three-four hours at an end and anyways being 24/7 around her*she hardly sleeps* and for lack of other expected sources doing the needful, I am at a loss for more means or energy to amuse her any further!
I mean I can engross an adult for hours at a stretch...but a one sided communication...I wondered what makes mothers go on n on...

So I did what I thought was sensible...becoming Ms. Sherlock Homes again!
I enquired of other women if they actually had any similar tendencies or am I the only weird one on this planet...
Thankfully many of them report of having gone through severe bouts of depressions, PMS that got extended to months*ouch* and some even saying that they were so tired of the constant yelling n bawling of the child that they did not want to see his face for a while*omg*!

Thankfully, things have not gone down that road!

But sometime or the other...I miss my old life that I had been used to of, since ten years of my married life!

Being responsible for no one else really but yourself!

Having the whole day n often night also to do anything n everything you liked!
Gyming...long walks...happy times with your beloved when you talked about each other and other F-words instead of farex and fever...
Coffee with friends...random dinners...parties...a movie every Sunday...
Blogging my guts out...flirting my heart out...making new friends...giggles over the phone...
Teaching for six hours a day n loving the interaction with kids!
Shopping whenever discounts hit the market...parlour visits...dressing up...occasional holiday trips...n more blah blah...
Basically leading a pointless, self-centred life and so busy enjoying it to the core that not even getting bored or apologetic about it!
I loved my life despite also the constant and crushing struggle to have a baby!


Cut to now...it’s been some one n half months with Seeya!
I have hardly moved out of the house...not tasted any outside food apart from ghar ka khaana...no gym, no walk...teaching now for only a couple of hours a day!
Not left Seeya alone or away from me except for two hours just this Sunday when we went for a movie...
Not much of my mad blogging since the inspiration sources are not around!
Been generally cut off from friends for the fear that I’d just be cribbing again and bore the life out of them...
No time to even get threading done...not worn a lipstick in these days, forget about dressing up!
SSTTTOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOP!
So there...I go on my whining trip again!

However, thanks to my infinite amount of innate sense of justice-a Libran trait...I know I would do all my duties to the best of a person’s abilities...
And also have a hunch that in all probability and god being kind, I might even win a ‘Best-mommy’ award in future...
Every day my hyper active kid*certified by the doc* smiles at me with her eight teeth now or clings to me in the biggest of hugs and I melt faster than ice cream in sunlight!

But yet, I would never be half as good as my mom...or half as ready to sacrifice all my happiness altogether and never feel even a twinge of pain about it!
Isn’t that what motherhood is really about-the epitome of selfless sacrifice?

Anyways...what premise I reached on was...that we are all programmed in a certain way to be or not to be!
We are cut out for certain tasks and not for others, regardless of the fact that we may perform them with immaculate perfection!
Deep within each one of us knows what constitutes us and what can make us happy or less happy if not!

Like many people are not cut out for marriages!
They may have lived with their spouses for life n celebrated jubilees with much gusto. But to themselves, they know they were meant to be wanderers or free spirits...or they were meant to love more than one person in life...they were destined to be alone to be true to their intrinsic nature and inner satisfaction! They were so given in to introspection and mood swinging aloofness that often people around either did not understand or bother about them too much!
So some day they look out from the window and ‘sigh’ which nobody hears!

Like this friend pointedly n often asserts that he shall never marry!
He’s in his early twenties and I often dissuade him with my utopian ideas that marriages are good!

I quote my own example and enumerate compelling benefits of a happy matrimony that could turn the worst of detractors into believers*you know how relentless I can be*!
But with time I realize that maybe he is actually not!
He has a roving eye, is extremely cynical about good marriages, having seen some bad ones around him...is more of a loner and hence gets either too carried away by company or rather soon bored of it and countless other reasons!

My point is...
Just because it is a social norm followed through ages, it does not mean that it is supposed to be extended by one n all with a blindfold!
We must think twice before advising someone that ‘you’d get used to of that life in time’!
Let the person decide with his own subconscious in counsel.

It is not necessary for girls to get married at an early age...or marry at all till they do not feel ready and yearning for it!
I still have unmarried girlfriends I went to school with, who have rocking careers and good lives and no hurry still to walk down the aisle!
Why should we judge them...or give unsolicited advice of its after effects in later life?
If they are old enough to vote, aren’t they old enough to accept responsibility for their liabilities?

Neither should it be a matter of compulsion to have kids because you are “supposed” to have them!
Most people often look at kids as a retirement ensurance plan...
‘I want kids so that there would be someone to look after me in my old age’
Little do they realize that most kids now-a-days go away for further studies or better prospects of life n seldom return!
Want kids for ‘kids’ themselves...not for yourself!

I am slowly fitting into a role with 100%effort and undisputed dedication that has been bestowed on me for that’s how I am programmed...
Whatever life throws my way, I must adorn it in such a way that no finger can be raised against me!
People still quote my G n me, when they talk of an exemplary marriage!
But how many of us feel trapped in roles assigned to us?
Jobs that we detest!
Spouses that we care two hoots for!
Cities that cram our creativity!
A public image that we must live in even if it slowly makes us die?

Any landmark step of life...that can alter the way you are n how you live...must be given thorough consideration, deliberation n motivation before realization to remain truly happy in your skin!
Understand what is your true calling and if you are being moulded in the role that you may not be fitted for, would you do justice to it?

Know what you are programmed for and strive to fuse that in your life or realize what you truly are and hence at least banish some clouds of baffling doubts n uncalled for struggle!

Okay enough Gyan from Suruchi maata....hopefully a more cheerful post next time!
What have I realized through this vomit of my thoughts above?
-It is time to put a complete end to any trace of cribbing from today!
Full stop for full good! Phew!
I need a BIIIIIIIG hug now....time to wake Seeya up for that! :-)

52 comments:

sobhit said...

time fr a big hug??? hhuuugggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg :P can keep d kep pressd on but guess u got wot i meant... bear wala hug 4u suruchi ji.. y wake d poor child up.wen u say she alrdy sleeps very liitle.. n sabki ek hi kahani hai... all part n parcel f life.. ab mein kya bolun.. suruchi mata ne pehle hi bahot gyan bant diya... chalo hv fun.. each 1 got get thru his/her cribbing him/herself... so all gud..n keep any funny ideas asyd n live life d way u alwaz do.. TO THE FULLEST KING SIZE.. QUEEN SIZE in ur case :P..

Hopeless Romantic said...

Kya Di, Libran to fighter hote hain...Seeya is NOT part of the fight...she is your strength..and come on..itna to chalthaa hain....i mean thodi cribbing to har desi kudi ka haq hain..we r used to it..its ok...


have fun! love to seeya and her mom :P

amit

arbitthoughts said...

Biiiiiiiiiiiiggggg Hug to you :)

Don't feel bad about the cribbing and whining..We all understand it is a LOT of work, when you have a baby and a huge lifestyle change as well..

You are doing a great job!

pria said...

Great post.Often felt this way while bringing up two brats. The absolute lack of 'me' time can get frustrating. But time flies..Enjoy her childhood while it lasts. Very often today I crave the absolute dependence and innocence of infancy that diminishes with time...
Great post, as usual :)

Ria said...

Hugs, hugs n more hugs coming ur way!! I know whoever said tht having a kid is a full time job is so so true. Take care n keep us posted thru ur posts.

Choco said...

:)
Seeya is such a lovely name. And I haven't experienced this syndrome. So I should NOT advise :)
Hang in there. I am sure it'll get better.

And you are right. Dislike the mentality of having kids cause it is the right time/age/want son yada yada.
*Hugs*

Priya Bhave Chittawar said...

Hey Suruchi, Have just started this blog on baby dreams( inspired greatly by you :))Hope to see u there sometime..

Sakshi said...

*Hugs and more Hugs*
Hadd hai, Su dear darl, you need to crib, I am there! Duhu! Send See to me, and I'll take care of her whilst you go to the parlour. Actually, I do that for my sis who comes with the two of her monsters *They are adorable* all the way to Delhi, so that she can be pampered! You do the same :).. you know where to find me!

About the introspection, you are right. I think most of our society is so stuck up on these customs, these norms that have to be! And, anything you do over and above them, you are normally looked down upon. I mean, not getting political here, but there are honour killings happening everyday! We live in a society where, it is so hard for people to digest your choice of the person you want to spend the life with!
I mean, it is MY life! MY choice. I will regret it *if at all*, then why do you care!
That free thinking open society that appreciates a person for what that person is, just not there!

I dunno if it will ever change, because, mentalities don't change over night! And with weirdos who think that just because we want to choose the way we want to live our life, its the western culture corrupting us... its a long battle to fight and win!

♫ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫ ayu ♫ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫ said...

aww.hugs you :3

AKSHAY SINGH said...

I have a weird feeling in my gut ...that I know the friend ;-)

struggle ...struggle...these are the memories with which you can emotionally blackmail Seeya with alter on ( no ..i ain't evil ...my mommy does that )
and everyone is made for everything . If you are a woman ....you are a mother . That's the way God intended it to be !!
chinta mat kariye...sab seekh jaate hain ant mein .... cheerio !

blunt edges said...

You are gonna be fine buddy. Am sure you will make a great mom :)

Madhu said...

the best part about this entire post is that u have accepted some facts which no mother would probably dare to accpt! Atta girl for that!!

u will make a good mom..but tell u what[choti muh badi baath!] unless u are happy,u cannot give happiness. A lot of people do talk about sacrificing and compromising on happy things in life for family's sake! Now, if u dont do what u love to do, how on earth will u be happy.And how can u keep seeya happy in that process.Work it out sis! Try scheduling timings in such a way where u can be a great mom and still have fun..Remember "girls just want to have fun! "And no body can stop u at that!!

hugs,lots of love and cheer!

Anand Madhav said...

Lovely one…it takes guts to accept and acknowledge things as you experience them without the fear of being politically correct...thoroughly enjoyed the later part of the post…why jump into the wagon, when I do not feel like...and very rightly said, responsibilities are best carried out when you feel for it, not when they are imposed on you.

Vary nice read and flowing wisdom from the Old Lady (pun intended)

suruchi said...

Thanks Sobhit...
At the risk of sounding repetitive....U are an absolute darling
:-)
Suruchi mata Queen size mein khush hue...
Bigger huggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggs back to you!
:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Amit...
Seeya is not the problem here...
I realized that after vomiting my guts out here in this post!
It is the lack of support from the so-called people who are supposed to be there to look after the child in the family!
G is super duper of an aid...but then...he can do just that much to his 100 percent which the best of fathers can!
I don’t know if u understand what I mean!

She is my darling n I truly have fallen in love with her!
However the situations around frustrated me n resulted in this outburst!
Learnt my lesson to zero the expectations for full gratification:-)
Love back to u my dear, dear friend:-)

suruchi said...

Thanks Pria,
I’m starting to squeeze out the “me” time now
Learning to be a little diplomatic n also that it’s okay if I let her be away from me for a while....
She doesn’t really miss me or show signs of it after not seeing me for a couple of hours and I feel less cringy with guilt about it as I did before!

Even when I an teaching I would come in after every ten minutes in the bedroom to check what she was doing in the care of the maid...even though she sleeps during those hours mostly!
Yup...that mad!
Controlling it now:-)

suruchi said...

Thanks Ria...
It’s not really tough, when I come to think of it!
Slowly you settle into a routine!
It’s generally the circumstances which u find yourself in from time to time that get to excruciating!
The child just needs love n u to be smiling n around her:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Choco...
Thanks...Seeya is a lovely kid too!
An absolute bundle of sunshine n burst of joy!
I have read u often n am glad that u have a mind of your own...
Stick to that:-)
N thanks for the hugs baby...
Loads of hugs back to u:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Priya...
Awww...I am so honoured, when u say that you’ve started a blog inspired by me!
*all gloating n floating with pride here*
Wish u all the very best n yup...u’d see me around:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Sakshi...
Haha...you’ve already heard me crib so much!
Any more n I’ll probably scare u, my dear soul!:-)
‘See’ is not the trouble...she’s a smiley baby through the day n mostly through the night...she just wants attention...trouble is that I am the only one she’s getting it from n so it adds pressure to my reserves:-)

I don’t think mentalities would ever change either!
U cannot change the basic nature of a person...
U sum it up so well in the last paragraph of your comment!

suruchi said...

Hi Ayu...
Thanks darling...hugs to u too:-)

suruchi said...

Hellow Akshay,
Don’t have the weird feeling...just ask n thou shalt be enlightened;-)
Hehe...and yup I know how mommies work...
I hear my mom in law saying things like “bacchon ka ma-baap ke taraf farz n blah blah” all the time:-)

Actually u provide a beautiful new perspective to this all
“Everyone is made for everything!”
That is super inspiring...
Let’s say with a bit of editing..
Everyone can make themselves made for anything n everything!

My admiration for ur sensibilties is growing by the day:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Blunts...
:-)
Wow...no punches today?
With just a line u reasserted a lot!
Big hugs n love:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Mady...
U know when I wrote this post, it was more because I wanted to say these things to someone n generally my blog seems to be my best friend these days

I say things without inhibitions*99%of the times*
I re-read my post 4-5 times over before hitting the publish button...
A slight fear came for being judged!
But then...also came the confidence of not lacking in any efforts from my side...

So when the conscience is kinda clear...
You don’t mind showing your real face to people...
And here on my blog page...
Thankfully the people who read me, have been through me through thick n thin...
Like you, yourself...

You’ve seen me when I was mad...when I was sad...
And know that I am really not that bad!
So things of the core tumble out!

I am working things out!
Not with Seeya...but with the family support system that should have been there but was kinda lagging!
Things seem bright!

And there is no question about me not being happy with Seeya...
She makes my world...it’s just that the world around needs a bit of alterations n gearing up for that now!:-)

Hopeless Romantic said...

Di, i got the point...all i was trying to say is she is yours and no one can feel in the same way including "people" around u..

chill, time will pass away and she will enjoy too, she has a wonderful, sexy, sweet, spicy mom ;-)

WarmSunshine said...

sweets its been a while since iv been here... havent had the time to read longer posts... ill come back to catch up on all ur lovely posts tonight... pakka :)

tc!

WarmSunshine said...

OMG! It's like you write this one out for me! And yea, I'm the wanderer within, the free spirits type whose expected to stay on ground *sigh*

"A public image that we must live in even if it slowly makes us die?"

Seeya's a lucky gal u know :)

pRasad said...

I always find new reasons to not miss your posts..:))

and liked the way you have discussed many things at one go..

Anil P said...

Unless perceptions of the present moment change with passing time. A very likely possibility. But the aspect of involvement with little or no time to oneself can be jarring.

malpani.!! said...

aah.. i love these posts..!! you know serious thought provoking..!! and a dash of humor is always there..!!

oh seeya must be rilly lucky to have a super cool mom like you.. so chill patience is not the ability to wait but to keep a good attitude while waiting..
so wait again.. things will fall into place..

but one thing that i rilly connected with.. doing things when u are longing for someone else..
being in the job u detest.. while ur heart is some where else..and many other things..!!
lovely..!! :)

o btw.. ur mumbai-delhi comment..

mumbai is way better.. u havent been.. so what it gets you claustrophobic.. imagine the fun you can have in a close confined space.. :p

Mr. "Niraj" Lemon said...

Great Post...u know one thing for sure...all your complains about your nice life comes to different world the day seeya will speak her first word "Mummy" from her mouth...All your complains and everything will converted in to a new world of achievement...This wat my mum told me when i was small and she used to think the same....

by the way i agree with you on marriage part...y to get married only to follow the customs...y not start new customs...

suruchi said...

Hi Mehreen...
Never mind...take ur time..
Me n my posts are not rushing anywhere or getting longer;-)

Thanks for the comment..
N despite all that u think u are or should be...
I’d just say that u stay as you are...the warm n yet soothing sunshine, that brightens everyone’s life with all that she splashes on her page:-)

N u know what....Seeya’s mom is even luckier:-)

suruchi said...

Hi pRasad
Oho..new display pic....nyyyyyyyyyce:-)
*makes a mental note to add u on that prospective flirt list*
:-)
Er...u meant to “miss your posts” or find reasons to “not miss your posts”
Kripya clear karen...:-)

And yup..I started somewhere...digressed on a certain path...returned again...went on the side soon...n somehow managed to reach “The End”
Glad u appreciate it!
:-)

suruchi said...

Hey Malpani...
Great to have u back here...
Keeping a good attitude while waiting...wow!
Thanks...that’s like a burst of motivation!
That’s what makes u one of my favourite blogger friends!
So downright noble:-)

N I guess Mumbai needs to be explored better
N ahem, ahem for the fun that we can have in closed confined spaces;-)

suruchi said...

Amit...
:-))))))))))))))))))))))))
Thanks for being there always!
What did I do to deserve such undying loyalty n love from you?
:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Niraj..
I know you are right...
N I am waiting for that too:-)

It's just a phase n would pass, everything in life moves on...just that had to speak it out n hence did...

I always feel that if we know others are going through similar struggles as we are...maybe there journey becomes a tad easier...n hence shared what I did:-)

Miles Of Style said...

not that im am an expert, but i guess motherhood takes a little practice and patience...hang in there sweetie...you're gonna be an ace mom, i know!

persis.

Bikramjit said...

JAI HOOOOOOOOOOOO... for all that gyan...

i enjoyed reading all this as usual, and as usual got a lot ot say :) cant help it he hehe he

Well motherhood , parenthood is a difficult job, YES IT IS , no denying that but it is also the most lovely job, My sis was exactly like the opposite of now, she wud be so angry, always pestering me to go out for ride walks etc , I used to tease her that when she got married her hubby wont do all this..
She got married and now is a mother and you should see her, so calm she is ..

It ONLY been a month with little seeya, wait till he starts to crawl, walk, talk, and boss you.. wait when you start ot take her for walks to parks , play with here out there.. ALL THIS concerns you have are gonna evaporate...

I do agree with the marriage point, one shud marry when they want to not pushed into it.. with the lives we lead busy busy it become a problem to adjust , earlier times was ok.. nowadays its different... so marry when one is ready...

and reading from ur earlier posts and what you write you will be a super awesome Mommy ... Imagine all the fun you two ladies are going to have . I pity the hubby now he he he he

Good to read the acceptace and the concern you got but its natural, no woman is born with those, parent hood is sort of ON JOB TRAINING.. you learn as you go, All i would say is ENJOY.. ENJOY EACH DAYYYYYY.....

Once the little one grows up you will miss these days of non sleep, being tired.. I was a nutter and i keep hearing my mum say wish i was that young baby again, she would not mind those times ...

SO a BIG BIGBIGGGGGGGGG HUGGGGGGGGGGGGGG a punjabi jaffffi , chakk de fatte kudiye... chinta not ... and stand up and BRING IT ONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

and cribbing is not that bad actually beleive me I bet writing all that made you feel light so whenever you feel down or need to crib .. We are here to listen no worries

you take care of yourself and the little one ... ALL THE BESTTTTTTTTT :)

Bikramjit said...

JAI HOOOOOOOOOOOO... for all that gyan...

i enjoyed reading all this as usual, and as usual got a lot ot say :) cant help it he hehe he

Well motherhood , parenthood is a difficult job, YES IT IS , no denying that but it is also the most lovely job, My sis was exactly like the opposite of now, she wud be so angry, always pestering me to go out for ride walks etc , I used to tease her that when she got married her hubby wont do all this..
She got married and now is a mother and you should see her, so calm she is ..

It ONLY been a month with little seeya, wait till he starts to crawl, walk, talk, and boss you.. wait when you start ot take her for walks to parks , play with here out there.. ALL THIS concerns you have are gonna evaporate...

I do agree with the marriage point, one shud marry when they want to not pushed into it.. with the lives we lead busy busy it become a problem to adjust , earlier times was ok.. nowadays its different... so marry when one is ready...

and reading from ur earlier posts and what you write you will be a super awesome Mommy ... Imagine all the fun you two ladies are going to have . I pity the hubby now he he he he

Bikramjit said...

Good to read the acceptace and the concern you got but its natural, no woman is born with those, parent hood is sort of ON JOB TRAINING.. you learn as you go, All i would say is ENJOY.. ENJOY EACH DAYYYYYY.....

Once the little one grows up you will miss these days of non sleep, being tired.. I was a nutter and i keep hearing my mum say wish i was that young baby again, she would not mind those times ...

SO a BIG BIGBIGGGGGGGGG HUGGGGGGGGGGGGGG a punjabi jaffffi , chakk de fatte kudiye... chinta not ... and stand up and BRING IT ONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

and cribbing is not that bad actually beleive me I bet writing all that made you feel light so whenever you feel down or need to crib .. We are here to listen no worries

you take care of yourself and the little one ... ALL THE BESTTTTTTTTT :)

Bikramjit said...

I had to send it in Three posts because it would not accept the comment this big as ONE sorrry

nil said...

Suruchiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Hi! I thought I was following your blog, turns out I wasn't :O
anyway, now I am :D

"Just because it is a social norm followed through ages, it does not mean that it is supposed to be extended by one n all with a blindfold!
We must think twice before advising someone that ‘you’d get used to of that life in time’!
Let the person decide with his own subconscious in counsel." ----> *bows down* THANK YOU! I swear I've been trying to get SO many people to understand that, but alas they're too weak to move an inch out of where the society has placed them... sigh.. what a pity.

Anyway, I'm proud of you for your realizations,
and I'm just proud of you in general to be giving this your best shot.
Much much love to you and Lil Seeya :)
-Nil.

Aparana Pitale said...

Hiee Suruchi..
Reached your blog through Prasad's comment list long time back...
Its fun reading your posts, rather this one was a serious one.. :P
im addicted to your posts now and you have got a new follower..
Well yes, Hugs for you and Kisses for Seeya..

suruchi said...

Hi Persis,
Thanks sweetie...
I am kinda hanging n managing to reach the balance in doing the same;-)
And u my dear are an expert at anything to choose to be:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Bikram...
I sooooooooo enjoy reading your comments that had it not been for Ravi Shastri n his super sexy looks, u would have been one of my favourite commentators....
Offo...poor joke hain...pata hain...par kya karen control nahi hota;-)

Yup..parenting is tough...or so I thought in the first month of Seeya...
I am slowly finding it not so difficult...
You know what...I was doing it all wrong n that os the reason why bouts of frustration would set it...
Like...clinging to her all day...
Feeding her myself...changing her clothes on my own..washing her nappies n clothes myself for fear of infection...preparing her food with my own hands and cleaning her bottles bhi apne aap...
Matlab a little manical...
Trying to be a little less paranoid and learning to delegate...
So life’s a little more smoother!
Ya yeh keh lo ke ab aadat ho gaye hain so taking it in my stride!

Venting it out in the post was also a reliever like u said...took a lot off my chest*no puns intended*:-)
Yes, we two ladies would have a ball of a time soon...
Let her be old enough to talk n we’d do wonders:-)

How about u?
Are u married? Kids?
What makes u so super cool?:-)

P.S.I absolutely loved the statement u made that parenting is an ON JOB TRAINING!
Actually true...the more time is passing with her..the more comfortable I am getting with the idea, as I thought would be vice versa!
Thanks Bikky...you are a ray of sunshine:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Nil,
Thanks for following me....
*yiy yiy yiy* it feels good to have a future super rocking authoress, following you:-)
There are few people in blogosphere that I have read, who write fiction as well as you do...another one being of course BUCKINGFASTRAD whom u must read....
He’s brilliant with his distinct style!

As regards the sad state of affairs of the society we live in...we can only try to get them around...and if they don’t...do your bit n let the world get used to of it!
They do, trust me...in time...it’s just we feeling that they won’t!
:-)

suruchi said...

Hi Aparana,
Thank you so much for the lavish praise...
And prasad...I owe you a sweet one now:-)
Thanks for the hugs...
I feel so much warmer after this post!:-)
Hope to return back to my element soon n see ya around:-)

Amnn.......//1! said...

spot on ...!!!!
agree with evey sentence every word every letter..... in the post ./...!!

Mr Happy said...

SO hot mom is running and whining :P

well truly agree with that, i have heard mom saying , take away my kid for few hours so that i can sleep :P ,

ya waiting for urrr funny blogs as always ....

Bikramjit said...

I hope you got my email

Tanvi said...

I have no experience or knowledge of what you are going through! But I am sure parenthood is Challenging! :) Good Luck! Hugzz!

Tamanna A. Shaikh said...

I understand, although I have no experience.

There are many aspects in this and I don't want to cut it short through a blog comment. I'll leave it at you to learn and figure it out.

Will only say one thing, dear Suruchi, 'Don't give up on what you start. Push yourself to the last limit. Set your limits super high.' :)

When Seeya is a big girl, you will reap.

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