Nov 4th, 2015 – My wife woke me up with her water break news and I was half sleepy half confused. Expected delivery date was 15th Nov. It took me some minutes to understand what was happening and I started packing bag for hospital. Luckily we had a checklist. Soon Sneha started getting contractions, Mild with longer gap. Nothing to hurry as of now – I said to myself. We immediately called our gynecologist and informed the situation. We waited till 5PM. Contractions were stronger and more frequent now. We left for Hospital at 5:15 PM. Dr Vijaya did all required checkups and advised to go home and come back when contractions are stronger and more frequent.
A Baby continuously makes you feel her presence and growth by growing belly. I find it most exciting and interesting to know changes in the baby every passing week. Now baby has visible ears. This week baby has developed this this organs…..
It was sometime late 2012 December when I decided to give-up my bachelorhood and get married. Decision was easy to make as I was very clear that my parents and other relatives has the responsibility to find a suitable girl for me and I don’t have to put much effort. Being an exceptionally lazy person, I found this a win-win situation.
My requirements for my would be soulmate was not much….I decent looking simple girl with a decent height, who know little bit of cooking and educated enough to do job if she wants to. But as things progressed, I realized I was in huge delusion that I will find one such girl through conventional process…..
Like any coin, this has another side too. Few days back I was going through a case where a girl filed a rape case against his boss to defame his image and get his wealth. On top of it, her mother had planned it and inspired her doing this….
Like many other young professionals, I went for LIC Jeevan Anand endowment policy. I was paying nearly 40,000 annually for a sum assured of 10 lakhs for 25 years. Slowly I started realizing that this policy is not worth paying this amount…..
I opened my eyes at 9 AM and looked out through bus window. I was in Chennai again after more than 3 years. Trust me; feeling was completely opposite to my anticipation. I was looking out like a kid and trying to recognize the streets….
Here just ask a simple question to yourself, are we humans are so selfish that we can’t even give a thing that is of no use to person who need it more than anything else in this world? Atleast i am not….
I was sitting in my hostel room, studying for my last semester exams starting next morning, when my cell phone rang. It was a female voice from other end.
“Are you in constant touch with your old friends?” “Yes they are all in my facebook friend list… I am a pretty much social person.” Are we? Really?? Is this what we call socialism? I don’t think so.