In Control

Tomorrow is an important day of my our life. Pari starts her journey in a new school, in a new class, with a lot of firsts going to be marked in history. But that is to happen tomorrow. This post is a quickie to record my crucial first.

Today, I am as calm as a summer sea. It is very unusual for a worrier like yours truly. Over the years of my existence, I have worried too much in anticipation of every big or small event of my life. This has on almost all occasions done more harm than good. I was tired of worrying endlessly to the extent, that finally, I decided to do something serious about it.

I have finally taken a baby step in this direction.

I was well aware I’ll go nuts today, worrying and preparing for Pari’s big day. So this time I made all arrangements one day in advance. Bag packed, the dress is ready and everything else is set since last night.

Action is the answer to the problem of over-thinking.

This very small step has kept me cool all day. I have been able to focus on work normally and I am looking forward to tomorrow positively. It is quite unlike me, but something I am absolutely loving. I am geared up to hit the sack early tonight. This is not going to be a one-night affair and I am sure it will surely give a boost to my productivity, health, and peace of mind too.

Being optimistic is good, but taking a decisive step to make things happen is the real point when tides of worry ebb.

With this happy feeling of accomplishment, I am all set to embark on an important chapter of my life.

Wish us good luck!

The song on mind: O mere dil ke chain ~ Mere Jeevansathi

17 thoughts on “In Control

  1. How was Pari’s first day and how was yours, mamma? These kids, really make us go through various roller coasters of emotions πŸ™‚ all worth it no?

    Pari is going to soar high, that’s what she is meant to do… fly high and reach new heights πŸ™‚

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    1. You are darling Maasi dear Scribby πŸ™‚
      She had an exciting first day & I sure had a helluva roller coaster ride of emotions that day.
      Thank you dear for the sweet wishes πŸ™‚

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