Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Kabhi Happy Kabhi Nahin

Yes, and big time. Three days, and we will be off to join the DH, down under braving a terribly long journey, in cramped leg space. I can either be all cheerful and excited about it, or completely anxious and gloomy. At present I am like a pendulum swinging between the two extremes, and hoping to be more in control of my emotions by the time I actually get there. Taming baggage weight is a skill I still have not acquired, so I am struggling with it, and am pretty sure will have to beg the airlines to be a little lenient with me, how lenient though, I don't exactly know right now. I am the last person to throw things out, so cutting back on goods is one of the toughest things for me to do. I am trying hard, and very hard none the less.

While it is an exciting prospect, moving to a new place, starting afresh, which would also mean loads of shopping, the practical aspects of it leave me with a creased eyebrow way to often. It is easier to manage these things as a couple, but when there is a child to take care of, I need everything to be in place. But then again the BB is a bit grown up now, so maybe he can manage some changes, and everything will work out just fine.

The thing that most worries me, is making a new home mine. That is a long process, to fill a home with our presence, and make it our own, and though it does not happen suddenly, the gradual process takes a while, but I think that is the most important indicator of how settled one feels. There are way too many worries in hand, just trying to keep the happy, excited, positive bit of me afloat, so that things get a bit easier.

The last few days here have also started tugging at my heartstrings now, and I know I will miss India almost as soon as I leave it. And so all I am chanting to myself now is stay strong.

9 comments:

sraikh said...

It is a long process and I know how painful it is to start all over again. Making friends, finding the right grocery store,learning roads..

But it will come and the thing is to do in steps.

Good luck with the excess baggage and I canot wait for you guys to be a family again..

Sraboney said...

All the best! I'm sure you'll manage fine...Take care...

Shrutzz said...

YES, stay strong and have fun...Transition phase is always challenging and fun too, happening for good :)

am sure BB will have loads of fun...

Rakesh said...

Hey C'mmon... it's gonna be good. Just let the happy thoughts flow! It's anyways such a small world now...

Passionate Goof said...


Sraikh - Thanks for the tip. :) I can't wait to be together again either.

Sraboney - Thanks sweets. :)

Shrutzz - I am hoping for the best.:)

Rakesh - True, true and thanks. :)

Mamma mia! Me a mamma? said...

Doubling the 'stay strong' chants from here.

Look to the future with hope and eyes anew...beautiful things are in store for you!

There! I even rhymed it for you!
All the best and live it up these last few days...the warmth of the memories will last a lifetime, you know that!

chandni said...

you'll rock it sweety don't worry!

It'll be fine!

all the best for the move and flight and all that...

chandni said...

you'll rock it sweety don't worry!

It'll be fine!

all the best for the move and flight and all that...

hitchwriter said...

Hang on... !!!! :P

it happens with most people i guess... when i leave bharuch i have the same feelings !!!!