Distant

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Dad at the Verandah

Looking outside into the future which seems distant beyond the eyes or the mind can register. 41 years being a doctor, he has never seen such a catastrophe unfolding, such loss of life, such tragedy but he believes that we can survive this too. Dad talks daily about Covid appropriate behaviour, even when we had a lull after the lockdowns had been lifted,after the first wave. He ensures that his grandkid learns properly to dispose off a mask before entering the house. He looks out from the verandah and minutely looks into each aspects that might protect us and ensures it’s adherence. 

Only if one is aware and follow the Covid appropriate behaviour, in letter and spirit then only we can survive. Just understand this you are not only responsible for you but rest of the humanity as well.

My Best Friend’s Daughter

Potraits

I remember travelling to his marriage years back. Felt ages when i parked into his driveway after years. Me and ‘D’ (for the new readers thats my wife) with our son opened the gates to nostalgia. We became what we are today because of our friendship in college. We stood ground to the temptations of college life and emerged unscathed only because of our friendship. After leaving college we went our separate ways promising to meet often. Months changed into years and it took us 8 long years to meet again. When we finally met there were lil angels running all around and i managed to get one of them in my frame. Posting her pic todayDSC_3513