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Days at Bat 

The thing with blogs is that it is a bit like a relationship. If you haven't exchanged messages for some time, you will hold back from making a fresh effort. Because you can't zero in on what to write and what to omit. So is with this blog.
But the fact that am writing is proof that i have a fair course in mind. So let's tread on it.
It has been a year since we put in our papers. But this month last year we were still going to our offices. Serving our notice periods. Lapping up the last few moments of being an employer. This year this month we are fretting over trips not selling, house plants dying, laptop conking off, freelance not materializing. But the biggest worry is food. Not that we don't have money for it. Well, to be honest, we don't have money to order in every meal. Once in a while we manage to. But let me not digress and tell you what the worry around food is. You HAVE to eat 2-3 meals a day. I mean, you can't have one heavy meal and be done for the day. No sir, within 3-4 hours: knock-knock feed me. And make it something interesting please. How do you keep going there? Fix a meal, multiple times a day, as well as solve world problems. Not happening.
That brings me to the other thing on my mind. And this am looking forward to. A blind-folded walk for sighted led by visually impaired. As you walk through the jungle trail, our visually impaired friend will help you smell the trees, notice faint sounds, decipher wind directions and use it as a guide and navigate using senses other than sight. We are going to try it on our trip at Bir-Billing. And then run it on our other trips as well. Excited? Much.
All of you, life is really fragile. Just heard about a former colleague meeting with a life-taking road accident. Losing someone forever is not a good feeling to have. To losses and silences it brings.

2 thoughts on “Days at Bat 

  1. Dying to do a trip with you guys…!!!!

  2. Thanks Tiya. We are dying to have you on our trip as well.

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