Saturday, December 12, 2009

Lessons from child to mother

Lessons that Pickwick's taught me in the past month:
  • Life throws a curve ball at you when you least expect it. If you're not ready, it's apt to hit you in the face, and you might end up with a broken nose - or a broken femur as the case may be.
  • Having failed to catch said curve ball, get back up on your feet real quick. That's the only way you'll know if you're fine or, when you collapse in a heap, unable to support yourself - you need to get professional help.
  • Now that you're at the doc's, learn to swallow the bitter pill. Just coz you haven't seen the x-ray, doesn't mean the bone isn't broken. It will need need mending.
  • Time is relative. It can always be measured as the space between chocolate breaks
  • Your real family is the one that calls you/ writes to you/ sends you a hand made get-well-soon card that you can always go back to when there's nothing good on the telly.
  • Your phone's pretty useless unless it has at least 2 games and 6 of your favourite songs
  • There's no such thing as listening to a favourite song too many times. And however often you listen to it, it'll still have the power to cheer you up.
  • If some one objects to listening to a song one more time, he can always listen to your personal rendition of the song. Listening to the original might suddenly become a whole lot less objectionable.
  • Life is a battle of wits between you and your oppressors. Every time they think of ways of making your life miserable, or immobile (apparently for your own good), you need to think of new ways of outsmarting them by contorting your body into impossible positions.
  • There's always a silver lining. The number of days you're tied down in bed is directly proportionate to the number of chocolates you'll receive, and be allowed to consume by guilt - ridden adults.

1 comment:

Scribblers Inc said...

Hell, I guess I struck pun intended...

Scribblers inc.