A long forgotten activity or rather lack of activity….but here in India it’s widely prevalent
No, I am still not able to get myself to do it even if I have an entire day to myself, the neurons in my brain you see, keep looking for things to do..nonchalantly blame it on the Chyawanprash I started taking daily in the mornings!
Pa-in-law was confiding into a friend of his the other day that since munchkin’s arrival he just cannot get to his routine of Pranayam and Kapaal Bhati! My brain says to someone in the nook of its den: Aha! The wonders of munchkin in play again! Pa-in-law in the cool pleasantness of Bangalore mornings melts away while munchkin picks up his gaze through his fluttering long lashes to look at him as if he means the world to him and at times as someone who can get the world to him…..khair aage badte hue….
So in the afternoons: I get a little restless because of the quiescence around me, I whistle a thank god and uh oh at the same time because munchkin like me does not like to nap too often…he believes in doing a home run after dark. But you see the good thing about India: outside help is a little more affordable than Amreeka. So I am looking to hire some help so that I use the 2 times repeat of 12 dongs more effectively and without diversion….searching now!
Baki sab badiya as we say here…last evening ordered Pasta Primavera and some antipasti from a recommendation in Zomato : 729 Rupees : not bad is all I can say for now, but it got my taste buds and my sense of adventure excited! Loving this “getting to know you” phase: isn’t it always the best part in any relationship?