Wednesday, January 3

umblical chord

this new year had the usual start to it- or so i thought. i had a big argument with my mom yesterday ( not anything new- i guess for all mothers and daughters). my mom says that our systems would not be able to digest our food if we two were not to fight. but i must add that now days we seldom have the privelege of fully digested meals.
anyways, i give major credit for that to myself!!! i have genuinely believed myself to be the more reasonable of the two of us and it is largely because of my merit and nobility that things stay calm at home...yawn
coming to the point, as you may note that i guessed that there was nothing unsusal about our argument this time also except for it being the first in the new year. but today i explored another aspect of my relationship with my mom. actually this time she was genuinely at fault which she most certainly realized and like a good mom said 'sorry' as well. now whenever my mom says sorry (and thats like the rarest of rare possibilities) - simply the majesty and rarity of the occassion makes all of us bow down in sheer awe and splendour of the moment. the anger and grievances evaporate in thin air and a splendid peace and gratitude envelops us all and that includes my dad most of all ;)
however this time what started off from being somewhat different, turned out to be really different. as i have mentioned we had the freshh argument no 1, 2007 , yesterday evening. mommy dear realized that this case fell in the odd category of sorry-ism from her end, came to my sulk-room and uttered the magicall words. and it felt soooooooo nice and to tell you honestly, i was almost relieved because this time i really did not want to aplogise. she stood there waiting for me to smile back and as the majesty of the moment commanded- i could not resist a faint smile in its response.
so basically that was the ground zero situation when i went to bed last night. easy but not too easy detente hung over the house as the night embraced me with her sleepy gift.
but when i woke up in the morning, a rebellious thought popped up its infant head in me. "why should i give up so easily?" and finding the overall atmosphere in the house favourable, i dug up a fake anger within and greeted the parents with a sullen face. this was also part of a clever starategy to orient my father to the current issue who was uptill now blissfully ignorant about all this. as expected he asked if something was bothereing me and i did not let go off the opportunity.
since then mom has said sorry THREE times (i am begining to feel sadistic about it). she has called up twice to enquire about the mundane things like- how am i doing!! he he
i already feel bored with this new dimension of my mother's love for her unreasonable daughter. and its part of my introspective exercise that i am writing this post. she is expected back soon and i think i am gonna come back to being my normal silly self than this snobbish one. all this is so unlike both of us.
moral of the story- daughters are born to mothers to fight and argue. this is nature's way of training them to become wonderfully accomplished wives. he hehe
ps: all this not to be taken too seriously. this is for TP. so guys don't be scared :)

12 comments:

zzz-writer said...

TP bole to time pass

Anonymous said...

Good one! A little more about your new dimension...:)

To share with you, its the same at my home with mom and sis...

So are you back to normal now??

Anonymous said...

And coming to moral....It looks like true....:P

zzz-writer said...

back to normal??? when was i ab-normal??????
this dimension even i did not like about myself so have thought its best to abandon it.

Anonymous said...

Oh...I was only kidding about normal...:))

Anonymous said...

So how is work going along?

Anonymous said...

:))

you brat! and what nice writing btw. ! am truly impressed, sweetie.

zzz-writer said...

~ contented~
work is at a total standstill- reason my super brat nephew is here!!! he does'nt let go off me for a second even so won't let me go out anyplace where i cant take him along :) good excuse, works really well for me ha hah.
~rose darlingey~
i am not a brat- you know that dont you ;)
thanks, coming from you its special to me :)

Anonymous said...

May be start teaching him how to write chapters...he he...:)

well, have fun...:))

Anonymous said...

hiii!

came across ur blog while blog hopping! cute blog u have thre! i liked this post too!its the same case with my mom n me...i Never give in though :D

Take care!
shammu..

zzz-writer said...

~contented~
yeah good idea

~shammu~
warm welcome
thank you so much

Jack said...

hi krack!
kya haal hai
I agree with you too!
We just can't stop fighting with our mothers
i guess its because we take them for granted.
now that aatman has left
kuch padai shuru karo
take care
jack