Cranky kids

Ever been shopping and if not yours but another parent’s kid gets cranky and screams?  I always put it done to a very tired kid who has just had enough of shopping.  What do you think and have you ever been the parent with the cranky kid?  I have had a little taste of this and more of trying to catch up with the  ‘100 metre dash’ through the store aisles..

Give and Take

“Thank you for the good genes, look at my toned arm after my tennis games, said the daughter to her mother.

“You are welcome and I am glad I could be of help”, mother replied tongue in cheek.

“Aisha, Aisha please come over,” mother called.

“Why do you keep calling my name like I am a young child?” Aisha grunted.

“Isn’t that a strange thing to say, it is your name after all and I have to say it to call you, if I didn’t, you would say no one is communicating with you” concluded mother.

“All in the name of symbiotic relationship, I guess”, said the opinionated Aisha.
Symbiosis

Discuss

The health of a nation is so vital for many reasons, in this case I am referring to the human physical and mental health.  It is the type of structure or model that has been set up which should allows access by all the inhabitants and anyone in need of care whether they have symptoms or not.

The public sector health services have been thus organised to cope with this.   However financial constraints or should I say prioritisation is causing deficiencies in the system therefore giving rise to debates and discussions as to how to solve this problem..Symptom

The Wedding of the year

The bride and groom walked towards each other nervously because they hadn’t seen each other since the night they arranged with their cousins to be chaperoned, meet and talk.  This was frowned upon by the older members of their families and they were strictly forbidden to meet again.  The funny thing, they work together at the hospital, even the workplace they were watched and talking of anything else but their jobs was difficult.  They were in love and were prepared to go through this for the two weeks before their wedding.  A compromise had been made and theirs was a traditional cum modern marriage, it was not totally arranged.

Luckily the preparations for the wedding was gathering pace so this kept everyone busy.  Each day presents kept arriving to the bride’s parents’ house.

Meetings for the smooth running of this event was taking place among those delegated with roles to manage specific areas.  Of course, the hard work for the wedding of the year was compensated by the excitement it was creating in the whole town.

Nervous