365 days Writing Prompts: Clone Wars

If you could clone yourself , how would you split responsibilities?

It’s certainly a great idea to clone myself and split responsibilities . I know doing everything day in day out, is difficult.

From my point of view a mother a housewife and a professional requires a lot of time effort and planning. For one person to do  all of these is not easy. It’s never perfect, it to me felt like a massive undertaking.

The emotional trauma that I suffered leaving my babies with a completely unknown person was huge. I tried to be a good mother, I got them and their food ready everyday, praying to God they’d be all right, but one can never feel secure. This was one of my heartache, I remember I left them quietly because I knew I wouldn’t be able to do it, if I said goodbye, their cries would be devastating for me.

Doing the work around the house wasn’t too difficult, but there was the issue of exhaustion, to be able to do a good job as a professional, as a housewife and a mother is never an easy task.

This is the reason I like the idea of cloning and splitting the daily work between two is easier than one person carrying all that burden.

My idea would be to split the duties into two , one will do all of the outside duties and the other one everything around the house.This would give a chance to relax for both.

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2 thoughts on “365 days Writing Prompts: Clone Wars

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this very nice post. I knew it already. Reading this post, however, left me to, again, reflect on the preciousness of mothers, the power of their love, and the central role of women in all societies.

    All good wishes,

    robert

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