December was hectic with the sickness going on and off in our family. The wet, cold weather wasn’t helping us in the slightest. By the end of the term, that was one and a half weeks ago, Kanna was so tired. Every morning he was asking,”Is it Saturday today?” When I say no, he was disappointed with sadness filling his eyes. My kid is never like that. He likes to go to school. But this term was tiring. Was it the short days or the cold bug that never wanted to leave us or just the cold weather, I am not sure.
Kanna is all set to go to school next week. He is already missing his friends too much. I just don’t want him to fall sick again. They had a play at their school as part of Christmas celebrations, ‘The Bossy King’. Kanna played the role of Donkey in the play. Kanna played the role of Donkey in the play. It was quite an achievement for the 4 year old kids. They sure amazed the parents with their skillful coordination and memorizing all the nine songs in the play. Needless to say, the school a bunch of proud parents that day. And I am so happy to say that we are one among them!
I was hit by the migraine attacks again combined with the sinus infection, it was pretty bad. It affected my writings, pretty bad.
I am thankful for those days when I was free of headaches. I am thankful for those days which made me smile. I am so grateful for these two weeks break, it was most needed for both my kid and me. I am thankful that Kanna still loves school despite being tired. I am grateful for those moments on the bus which made him smile and laugh. I am thankful for the moments spent watching shows, just me and my husband.
Life is a mix of roses and thorns. As long as the roses are around I don’t mind the thorns.
So what is on your gratitude list?
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