As a daughter, my Father is my first HERO. My Father is my silent hero; you must be wondering why I referred dad as a “Silent Hero”.
Happy to explain 🙂
- He never gave bold boisterous speeches on winning but he guided us to understand the importance of participation, consistency and especially the importance of having a good handwriting. Yes, that’s my Dad!
- He never ignored my hobbies during the different stages in my life from poetry writing during school to blogging now – he always took interest in my work and would nudge me to go forward when I am demotivated.
- My dad even now always loves to know how things are at work and would boost my morale, when I feel things are unfair.
- He never judges me or labels my behavior instead he would try to make me see the other perspective when I am incorrect.
As a sister, my Big Brother is my first GUY-FRIEND. My Bro is like my dad in many ways along with the I-am-your-big-brother attitude.
- Back in the days, he used to be my mid-night jester who would make me laugh till my tummy hurts.
- I had a fantastic culinary experience with bro in Bangalore. He would take me to the popular restaurants and would indulge me in good cuisine.
- I remember he once accompanied me for a movie where he loathed the actor so much. Yet, he just sat through the whole movie and sulked of course (LOL)
- He introduced me to various genres of music from AR Rahman (PrabhuDeva Songs) to Prodigy and Nickleback.
As a wife, my Husband is my true CONFIDANT. Nothing seems to be ever complete without telling him what’s running in my mind. Even when it may sound crazy.
- My husband makes a point to ask how my day was even when I may look like I can bite off a head.
- He makes an effort to silence his mobile when I pass by so that I wouldn’t know he is playing the strategy war game! For your info, dear husband – I knew it all along (LOL)
- I have a tendency of not drinking enough water. Sometimes he would suddenly appear with a glass of water and would wait until I finish till the last drop. Maybe even trick me into drinking more.
- I can always keep my inner child alive when he is around and it is a great feeling to know that someone understands you equally like your own family.