Tiny accomplishments

1:41 am

I could better be an owl! At leastΒ that would save me from getting late for office tomorrow. Sleep disorder. Eating disorder. Let’s not even step into emotional disorder. Why am I living like this? Been there, done that, so many times. Have been out of sync so often that I have almost forgotten how it feels, to be naturally happy. There are moments when I am around people and a wave of thoughts rushes into my head and I just run amok to find some empty corner to sit and process my thoughts(therapist anyone!).

I know each one of us has issues. And a history behind it. Is happiness more rare than sadness these days? Why has discontent overtaken my content? Plus I don’t understand the concept of seeking happiness. Doing things that you consider would make you happy because, well others look happy doing it! It’s a load of crap. What I do know now is, I am on the driving seat. No one else. Have to, have to, take control.

Anyway, I think I got carried away. What I wanted to tell you all is that I recently started riding my two-wheeler to office. Stumbled, struggled, feared but I did start. Kind of a tiny big deal for me!

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25 thoughts on “Tiny accomplishments

  1. NJ says:

    I loved the picture you shared πŸ˜€ I am also learning to drive a two-wheeler ..Hope to start riding it regularly to office πŸ˜‰

  2. Well I’m impressed! Just keep on pushin’ (and scootin) πŸ™‚
    Or as my students used to say “keep on, keepin on.” To be honest, I think you’re a brave woman. You truly are…because you don’t give up!

  3. a small thought from the past spirals into an endless loop, so the most important thing would be to stop the thought at it’s very origin πŸ™‚ take care and have a safe ride!

  4. I really like your writing style. Riding a two-wheeler is fun. Your post reminded me of days when I used to do stunts on my scooty, driving full speed that too with two girls sitting on the rear seat. We used to dupe the cops…maame as we called them.

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