Chhapad phad ke…

Chhapad phad ke…

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…confusion in life. Some time back I’d written I was off down South as The Husband had found a new job. I won’t say I wasn’t dreading it but since we got married I’ve got used to dropping my job, packing up and walking off (not always uncomplainingly, but walking off nonetheless) with him like a loyal wife. Most of the shuttling has, however been between Pune and Bombay. This is how it went.. Bombay-Pune-Bhopal-Pune-Bombay-Pune. The South thing was therefore scary but I was sure I’d settle in over time.

The Husband has duly resigned and just as I was warming up to the idea (I do have lots of friends in Chennai) and convincing the kids it would be a great move (sea, sea, sea) on came more job possibilities.. chhappad phad ke…and now there are three cities other than Pune in the running.

And in the middle of all the possibilities lies my annual trip to Lucknow.. the high point of my summer.

So guys we might be moving but we don’t know where. Maybe The Husband will consider auctioning himself off.

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4 Replies to “Chhapad phad ke…”

  1. @Shruti.. unfortunately Bangalore's not in the running 🙁

    @Bikram.. Wow that sounds very adventurous – working at a petrol station! And then three job offers.. it's always like this for The Husband.

    @Uma.. who knows we might meet up after all :-)..

  2. Oh dear….life's been like that for me too and now I am in Chennai.

    Its a difficult scenario and I hope u both decide well.

    Here's some {{{{hugs}}}} to make u feel better. 🙂

  3. hmm what a good postion to be in .. All in demand.. it happens sometimes ..

    when i had come initially I did not get a job , was working at a petrol station..

    and then i planned to come to india for a holiday and guess what got three job offers and then TENSION what to do , who to join ..

    but its good to be in such a situation 🙂 all the best

    Bikram's

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