Thursday, January 10, 2013

Hold my hand..

Hold on.. till eternity!
Okay so, the one month anniversary of being married came and went.
So did the New Year.
The set of responsibilities and the change over from being the Delhi ki kudi to being Mumbai chi polgi is also taking up a chunk of my time.

But in midst of all the madness and all the arguments, there is something that calms and soothes and makes me smile, gets me at peace and above all makes it really tough for me to come to office each morning.

There is some magic, I don't know what it is, but the fact of the matter is that the knowledge of the fact that I can reach out at night and give my hubby a hug or for that matter slept off while he is still awake and next morning I find myself in his arms (and him snoring away in my ears.. :P).

I remember a certain skeptic (an ex-blogger) who had doubts about everything, especially the institution of marriage. He had often said in his blogs that marriage is not about getting up each morning and kissing with a foul mouth and morning breath. And once the phase of kissing with morning breath is over, the real deal begins.
The same person had also told me (during the worst phase of my relationship with the Hubby) that once a relationship is cracked, it very hard to smooth over the wrinkles and the knot remains.

And all I have to say to all of this is, that each relationship and each phase of life has its own set of ups and downs and there is nothing that one can do, because unless there is down, we will never learn to appreciate the ups of life.
We all have the propensity to rebel to, to disagree to certain things in life. When younger, we rebelled the Cinderella timings, when in office, then their stupid rules (like I got to know in Reliance you can't take non-veg in your lunch box) and when in a relationship of that off a Man & Wife, you share much more than just your physical beings. It is a deal for your entire life and that makes it even more special.

What I really want to say is that, in the newest phase of my life, I am still trying find myself a foothold. I am still trying to stabilize.. and I am really lucky to have someone like my darling Hubby, guiding me through the rough terrain.
The morning breath can really go to hell, the urge to hug him and kiss him the first thing in the morning is what makes the rest of the day.. BEAutiful!! 

6 comments:

Jack said...

Sakshi,

I have no doubts at all that you will make everyone proud. I know it takes a little time but that is expected.

Take care

RiĆ  said...

:) Aww...god bless you both!! And enjoy the feeling of being married to the love of your life.

Sabi Sunshine said...

Hi Dear

Beautifully written & i enjoyed reading it.

Love
Sabi Sunshine

Bikramjit said...

well what is life or a relation without a few ups and downs and arguments .. it will become boring if its all lovy dovy ALL the time :)

all the best and God bless

Bikram's

Diksha Sharma said...

This is such an honest and beautiful post!
Since you already appreciate the ups in life, i wish you only ups and no downs. :D May you have a fairy tale life to tell your children about. :D
Congratulations on your wedding! :)


I hope you can find time to visit my blog. http://theseasonedwoman.blogspot.in/
Maybe we could follow each other? :)

Alka Gurha said...

First year is the toughest in terms of settling down emotionally. With the support of a loving partner, I am sure Delhi girl turned Mumbai ki mulgi has a very bright future.