Zooming In On Small Moments
Well, it’s late at night, but it gives me immense pleasure to have finally completed my BlogchatterA2Z challenge through this post. Well be the title itself you must have guessed by now that I will be sharing some moments with you guys.
And You Are Right!!
The little things? The little moments? They aren’t little. – Jon Kabat Zinn
When I was reveling about the blog chatter a2z challenge theme – “Motherhood Nowadays”, I was very confident about finishing it on time, as I have already sorted out what I was about to write and post. But over the course of time, I made a few changes. Later after M, I didn’t find enough time to finish posts on time and posting it daily, but today I finally finishing them.
I have revealed several times on my blog and on my Instagram that April has always given me reasons to enjoy and celebrate because of my father’s birthday, my daughter’s birthday, my marriage anniversary, and my blogging journey also started this month. And today, it gives me immense pleasure to share with you that I have a 10K family on Instagram now (Another reason to celebrate).
So Cheers To Crossing Two Milestones In A Day!!
Life is made of small moments like this.
It was different and amazing to celebrate two birthdays and an anniversary amid this lockdown. Family members were surely missed but technology played its part in connecting with them. Moreover, this month was all about connecting with the self as well as with family and friends. Learning new things and trying them out, whether it was cooking, decorating the house with the leftovers, dancing…etc.
Although a lot has been planned for April, if it would not have been COVID-19 outbreak, all planned activities, as well as trips were shelved. It was the perfect time to brush up the writing skills, through the Blogchattera2z Challenge. It’s funny how we humans adapt ourselves to every situation.
I can rightly quote Dwight D. Eisenhower
Properly planning will be the difference between success or failure.
However, it is easier said than done, like the majority of working moms, the wicked mother’s guilt was my co-conspirator all the time. Many times I had contemplated quitting the challenge to be with my daughter. But I was already halfway through it, so I pushed myself to finish what I started. And I totally enjoyed it.
So, today this all from me. I hope you enjoyed my writing and my selection of topics. I congratulate my fellow bloggers to successfully complete this challenge. I hope to stay connected with all of them.