Tuesday, June 29, 2010

In Which We Tell a Tale...or Two






Okay, so I am a lazy, lazy girl and I am going to put up an email forward which a friend sent me, and which I liked muchly, though it came in a little late:

Once upon a time, a guy asked a girl "Will you marry me?"

The girl said, "NO!"

And the girl lived happily ever after and went shopping, dancing, drank martinis, always had a clean house, never had to cook, did whatever she wanted, never argued, didn't get fat, travelled more, saved more money, and had all the hot water to herself. She watched chick flicks, not football, had high self esteem, never cried or yelled, felt and looked fabulous in tracksuit pants, and burped, and was happiest all the time…

The End...
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Despite hearting this tale, I really appreciate being married right now. And this is the tale of why:

Saturday night Nike and I went to a friends’ place for a game night. The chicken didn't agree with me, and I was throwing up all over the place...including on their very lovely carpets from Turkey. Nike put me to sleep and cleaned up after me. Once we came back home on Sunday morning, he made me fresh cold lemonade (its a different matter that I threw that up too within seconds).

And so that is how I spent the Sunday, with a stomach bug that saw me throw up anything I tried eating or drinking. When I’m ill, I move into a“I wanttttt my mommmmmeeeee” and “I want to go homeeeee” state, and am very very difficult (more difficult than normal, that is. What? Yes, that IS possible). But with Nike in charge yesterday, I wasn’t homesick, despite being sick (heh). He went and bought the medicines, made sure I took them on time, handed me everything from books to glasses to tissues as I lay in bed clutching my stomach, he roasted papads in the afternoon, went out and got coffee and muffin for me to eat while watching the match, and made me soup for dinner.

So THAT, people, is my happily ever after!

Oh well, for now anyway!

5 comments:

Apoorv Gawde said...

like!

Sindh said...

Single life is fabulous but when the right person comes along who is worthy for us to give up our single life... life just gets amazing!
Hehehe, I get all "Mommmmeeeee" too and become very grumpy when I get sick!

R said...

@Apu: Thank you! :-)

@Sindh: Glad to see you here!
Single life is fabulous! But married life is turning out to be a pleasant surprise too ;-)
About the 'Mommeee' bit, don't we all?
And hey, you should blog more often.

Star People said...

Nice!! Both sound awesome- happily ever after, whichever way you go :)

Ramya said...

@Star People: :-) Either way, its about making it work for you.

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