Everyday Inspiration, Day Two :Write a List
Things I wish:
I begin with this quote: If wishes were horses beggars would ride.
Yet I wish I could go back to my childhood days.
Watch my Mom cooking.
Meet the milkmaid who gave me cup of free milk.
Ask subedari( name of our maid) to teach me serious pushto(A language spoken by Pathans).
Tell Bari( our servant) to stop sleeping on the race course grounds.
Argue with our gardener also a jockey why he did not win the horse race.
Tell the vendor at the gate my Dad does not wear dhoti.
Sit on our lawn and entertain my father with gibberish.
Seek my father’s help with some Urdu words I could not read, so I could finish the book before my classmates.
I wish to hear my father calling Ranu ma I need your help.
My brother asking me to bring him a cup of tea.
My mom telling me, ‘you must eat the food I packed for you.’
You see these are wishes that cannot or will not come true.
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What a heartfelt post Ranu, beautiful memories that made me happy and a little sad
Thank you for your comment, it feels sad but your words are sweet, Thank you. 🙂
Your comment reveals the sadness I feel but am grateful for your sweet and caring words. Thank you. 🙂
I very much like your post. It is a string of memories that you paint so clearly for us!
All good wishes,
Thank you. I wanted to write about what I wish. Anything material doesn’t have as much meaning as the ones I wrote. 🙂