A day out of my house has become an eventful experience for me.
Decking up in a the best attire,I made my way first to a wedding.
The muhurat was almost over.
I met a few of my friends and relatives,and went to the dining hall to have my lunch.
The menu was simple and excellent .I had a swift partake.
Then bade farewell to the host and left to enquire the birth of a child in another relative’s house.
There was an array of sweets and chocolates and a juice was extended.
I engaged myself in a pleasant talk.Leaving my relative’s house, I peeped into another elderly relative’s house.
The elderly couple were relaxing ,while I entered.
I expressed my concern over their health, as the aged relative had a bout of sudden illness in the form of gastritis.
They wer happy to see me.
They offered me tea and snacks.
Then,as I was about to get into my car, met a friend of my mother in-law.
She ,at 75 was proceeding to one of her friend who was ailing.
She called me into her house.
She ,being a good conversationalist, talked in detail about the events in my native town.
The interesting presentation detained me in her house for nearly an hour and half.
Finally ,came home at dusk, dead tired and exhausted.
Had a shower and after dinner ,got to sleep.
The day was fully loaded.
The refreshing trend of seeing people and attending weddings made me deliberate for a while.
At times I become philosophical.
I ,while recollecting the chain of events, was able to choreograph the life in all its grandeur and serenity.