Mom….Pl don’t underestimate me
Returning home after my office hours is the most furious hours on a working day.
School bags on the floor…… text books, note books, pouches, pencil box, folders, all scattered on the sofas…..waste papers, teddyz, toys roaming around…….ID cards & Tie on the dining table. I have to practise high jumps & long jumps to enter one or other rooms in our apartment. If some guests drop in, I need to borrow some space (from my children) for them to sit. Cleanliness is part of me & now you know why I get furious.
My hubby is ok with the way it is & always advise me, this is the only time we are seeing our children & hence turn a blind eye when you enter home. I too feel guilty at times for being rude to them.
While relaxing on a holiday, I was seeking the advise of my mother-in-law on how to calm down this situation at home. And to my surprise my 8 yr. old younger one Eva Krishna gave some valuable insights. She said, ” Amma thats very simple. Please see us as your client.”
Hey Genius, thanks for finding me a simple solution for the unresolved problem. Yes….Biggest problems always have simple solutions.
Being in Business we follow the saying “Clients / customers are the King.” Now she is asking me to consider them in a similar way. Yes…moms like me take them for granted & hence our interaction with them is so casual. Be serious Kshama. They are your Kings & Queens.