I’d tell you that I’m not feeling too well today. I’m tired both physically and mentally. So I’d wonder if it would be ok to have tea instead since a good cup of karak chai is what can rejuvenate me, pep me up! I’m more of a tea guzzler than a coffee-lover you see.
I’d tell you that even though I had been meaning to read Go Set a Watchman, Scorpia’s post was what finally got me to borrow it from my library today.
I’d tell you that sometimes the need to prove yourself to people who make you feel accountable to them can take a toll on your peace of mind. Especially when you don’t owe them any explanation.
I’d tell you that when I feel buckled under pressure, all I need to see is an elated face of my child after she hears a simple “you were fantastic, Namnam!” from her music teacher to make me realize that not every achievement is measured by a rating or a certificate. A small word of appreciation, encouragement can make a world of difference. Every child is an achiever in his/her own right.
I’d tell you that the same uncle ji, a fellow volunteer whom I met last week at the library was there today as well to help us out. And this time I remembered to tell him how I admired his zest for life. Oh how he blushed!
I’d tell you that I have made choley and parathas. So you’re most welcome to join us for dinner after you’ve finished your cuppa!
4 thoughts on “Day 21- If we were having coffee..”
You are right..simple things and just a pat on the back is enough to pep up children…
your mention of karak chai, chole and paratha , though separately has me drooling… yummm..
Oh yes…the smile on a child’s face is priceless when they get appreciated!
Have your chai and get well soon ❤
You seem to be sticking to these coffee posts 😉
Karak chai…not too well…touchwood!
A virtual pat on the back for Namnam for doing a good job.
I’m all for chole anytime! Now, if only you were my next door neighbour. 😀
Hey…why not…If I were having tea with you…post the next time?
I’m glad my post inspired you to start reading it 😀 Also, it’s Scorpria and not pia 😀
I am a firm believer in genuine words of appreciation in private than a loud celebration in public or a certificate. Somehow, for me especially, the former always motivates me much more!