No wonder Corona is a curse to the world but during this period, for the very first time after my school life I am living with my family. Normally, in day to day life we all are so busy in our work and routine. So, this Corona turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
I never realized how much I missed them, how much I missed fighting with my sister, how much I missed my little Chinni who keeps following me all around the house. Never thought my day will be this hectic like office days and I would rarely miss office.
I’m not a very talkative person and like my silent peaceful time a lot but here people are so talkative that it's a huge mess all over and they keep involving me in their chit chat. I realized even with all the noise around, I'm still peaceful and content to be making most out of this lockdown. Yes, our thoughts and way of thinking are way too different. Sometimes I seriously think “Have I ever actually "lived" with my family? How come we are so different?” But the fact is I am one of them and now that I have realized it, it makes me happier.
I never thought my attitude towards life is like my father, when it's time for hard work, I will never back off, to fight like a warrior to do what my heart desires and when it's time for fun and party, it will be till the end. I Love to experiment in kitchen like my super cook mommy. And the best part is grandparents; they are like coconut, tough on the outside and soft from inside. I take care of them like they do when I used to fall ill. I learn from them the science of traditions and it turns out that after all the millennial I try to be, I like those traditions and festivals, just like they do.
The best part is, after all the mischiefs done by us kids, papa is the only victim who gets scolded because of us. I like to make faces and click random selfies with my sister. And my baby brother is an absolute sweetheart. He eats whatever I cook irrespective of its taste. Such unconditional love I've around me in my family.