Manu, my husband, would occasionally and affectionately point out to one of our dogs napping while standing or sleeping upside down or breeze bathing while we sink into our books amidst the drama of the flowing river, the colours outside, the quaint cottage and this version of life that we embrace at the doorstep.
Now that our girls have been home for two and a half months, I know that life has changed. The quiet and the peace is a luxury offered only past their bed time and with a quick expiration window. The bliss of them finding their personalities and the love that we are birthing is an unimaginable experience. As I write this, my two girls are playing around me. One playing on sand and the other insists that I need a thorough health check up with the toy Doctor-play-kit she has. They occasionally say “mumma” but then go back to their tiny worlds for they want mumma to write. The breeze through the Eucalyptus trees right in front of my house chooses to sing in Harmony. My heart decides to let out a small smile as I take a tiny step towards the life known and the life that I am going to build. Here's to promises, to future, to keeping the good-old past, to painting beautiful pictures and to living a full life that’s truly mine and ours….
PS: I have intentionally kept the travel details a secret. I think we are over crowding and wearing out places.
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