Six months ago, we embarked onto new Parenthood by embracing the new sunshine into our lives.
Every moment of our life has been extremely blissful ever since then.
Wishing our little munchkin a very Happy 6th month birthday. Time surely does fly.
They fought. He stormed out leaving her heartbroken. She patiently waited for him, but his ego forbade him. Days turned into weeks, in-turn into months. Finally, he realized his mistake and returned, only to find her apartment in disarray. She was gone.
She forbids me from nurturing new friendships. Always poisons my ears with cock-and-bull stories. Is she insecure or a control freak? Why poke her nose where it doesn’t belong? She’s getting on my nerves. It’s high time she stops pushing the button.
“Ladies and Gentlemen this is the ‘Time Continuum’; a magnificent breakthrough in the field of science, math and technology” proudly exclaimed Professor Iknowall to the inquisitive under-graduate students troupe.
“What’s so great about it?” questioned Paul with indifference.
“Spinning the dial in either direction facilitates you to experience infancy and senility alternatively”.
“He is bluffing”, quipped Paul releasing a huge snort.
“Why don’t you step forward and test it yourself?”.
Incredulously, Paul spun the dial clockwise and was flabbergasted at everyone’s wrinkled skin and grey-haired scalps. Vigorously, he spun it counter clockwise, that made everybody crawl around in soiled diapers.
“I am sorry, John. I don’t love you anymore. We are done. I am breaking up with you” Emily’s text read. John was heartbroken. He frantically moved his fingers on the keypad and typed: “Why Emily? Please tell me the reason”. “I cannot imagine my life without you”.
He stared at her last texts with tear-welled eyes. His fingers fumbled into his coat pocket and fetched the gorgeous diamond ring. He stood dejected pondering over his fate, when a shriek in despair, caught his ears.
“This was your grandma’s bridal dress, that was passed onto me during my wedding to your dad”, said Mrs. Walter, admiringly looking at the gorgeous white laced dress, that she held out to her daughter.
“It’s beautiful” replied Tina, running her fingers through the delicate, smooth silk encompassing intricate designs.
“It’s yours now, but let me first repair the frayed edges with a new lace”.
“Don’t worry Mom; I love it the way it is”.
“It is the only cherished gift of grandma that I have now”, exclaimed Tina, as she kissed it and held it against her heart.
Mrs. Walter pulled Tina closer and kissed her forehead saying “Grandma will be smiling in heaven”.