I am so thankful I chose Uncertainty over Happiness ….
7 years ago,
I got married, too early for my age and thought I repented it. But I am glad I got married. I met my true Soul mate. I understood what true love is. We had our share of trials & tribulations; but our love for each other over powered every difficulty and today I can say that I am in a special and fulfilling relationship.
5 years ago,
I had given up hope; that I would ever be able to complete my education. I was slogging in ‘graveyard’ shifts with hardly any time for relationships, education, desired career or even self.
Thank God, I did not give in to my Fears but instead found another way around. I applied to University to study externally.
3 years ago,
I was afraid, when I understood I am expecting. It seemed to me that everything in my Life will take an unexpected turn. I thought that I am not even capable to shoulder this kind of a bond or responsibility. I had too many questions on my mind. I feared the Responsibility. Still unclear I visited a GP. I went through a huge emotional transition within seconds after seeing the Ultra sound.
Today, I am a proud mother to a cute (read: brat) baby boy. Though the disadvantages include sleepless nights, messy plates & yucky Diapers … but believe me it’s worth it.
1 year ago,
Post-partum depression, very common but all the while devastating. Everyone urged me to take up my job again. But I begged to differ.
I did not want to disturb my kids schedule or compromise on his upbringing. It was my first priority to be there for Aarav whenever he needed me. I did not want to miss on his Growing up. I knew and appreciated that my mom had given up her own career to raise her kids. And that’s what I wanted to do.
So this is what I came up with…
I always wanted to be an entrepreneur. Start my own Designer Boutique, but ended up studying Literature. So I gave a shot at writing. Today, I have found a field which really brings out the best in me. I am about to Self Publish my Book (Fiction). I have started blogging and working as a Free Lance writer. I have started designing Ethnic Indian Attire’s by order.
I never thought that these options could work out, but they actually seem to be falling in place.
Quote : “I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next.