Hello friends, I wish you all a very happy Friendship Day. Since this is a day to celebrate friendship, how can I let go of the opportunity to reconnect with you all. Saying the truth, l missed you all dearly. But sometimes we just get swept over by the circumstances that we couldn’t do the things we cherish to do.
I think I was never this long from posting anything, believe me, it was literally an avalanche of activities and I just went with the flow. As I told you earlier that I joined a school as a middle school teacher, and taking exams, correcting copies, making mark slips, attending the parents teacher meeting had practically drained me.
It was really taxing to adhere to the set deadlines but anyhow, it was over and done with. It was like organizing a ceremony, the culmination of which leave you exhausted. A breather of this weekend is a hugely welcome occurrence to me!
So I am here among you. I would like to read each and every post of yours, time permitting. Being away this long from the blogging world was like keeping a part of your life in a limbo. Even my family was enquiring, whether I left it altogether! Writing this one feels like rediscovering your lost footing.
To tell you the the truth I am going to get busy with completing the syllabus and getting ready for the half yearly examinations, besides looking after my family. It’s indeed a bonus that I have joined school when my children are all grown up.
One matter which is keeping me concerned though, is that, my hubby suffering from low back pain due to compressed disc problem. It’s been ardous sessions of physiotherapy, exercises and taking the opinions of several doctors. Being my daughter in this profession is indeed of a great help. He is improving. I pray to God that he gets completely cured.
So friends do tell me how are you all? I would very much like to know about you. This interactions are in a way therapeutic. It is like chatting with friends with whom you lost connection for a time being.
Shall try to find time to write blogs. My greetings and regards for you all. Adieu for now.
P. c. – My daughter.