THE STREET..SOMEONE’S HOME, SOMEONE’S OFFICE…

This post is for all the cribbers, they are the people who love to wine about things…this weekend I turned into one…

This weekend was a disaster….that’s what I thought…

In the morning a rat entered  our washing area, then the washing machine and the dish washer stopped working…

my baby refused to take his nap…then at noon we realised we had to go to a social…in the evening hubby got tied up at his factory so I packed everything in a hurry and reached my parents..

By night while coming back water spilled in my baby’s bag, his doctors file got water all over, my phone and the ipad stopped working.

Once we were home baby was over tried so he could not sleep, finally when he did sleep I cleaned the water mess in the bag. In no time our poor baby gets up cause in all this chaos I did not put his diaper properly, it had leaked…poor thing, I changed all his clothes. My husband could not help me with the baby as he had cold and we did not want the baby to catch it…

Then after everything when I hit the bed again the baby got up crying as he was getting colic after giving him his medicine and rocking him to sleep…I was thinking what a horrible day…

Then my sensible part of me told to stop!!….I told my self stop cribbing…I have a roof on my head…I have this bed to sleep in…what was I cribbing.for??..just because…few things went wrong? I remembered all the people I meet during my outdoor shoot..who lived on the streets or who worked on the streets…what they must be going through everyday of their lives…how many rats and rains must be causing problems to them? How their children must be managing? I realised I had no right to crib or complain.

i guess I learn a lot these people on the streets, wanted to share these images…

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P.s. If you think all is well then all shall be well… 🙂

 

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3 thoughts on “THE STREET..SOMEONE’S HOME, SOMEONE’S OFFICE…

  1. That is so true. Think about all those parts of the world, currently at war, like Syria, so many people have been driven out of their homes and now live in tents without any hope for tomorrow. it’s a sad, sad world.

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