I am heading home from my evening walk. The sky is turning a deep blue. I see the silhouettes of birds flying back to their nests. Many birds are already home. There is a lot of chirping; the birds are obviously catching up with each other, after a long, tiring day.
As I enter our condominium, the street lights switch on. The lights in many homes are coming on too!
My muscles are tired from all that walking, and there is no more ‘brisk’ in my walk.
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And as I cross from one building to another, the smells of dinner being cooked are everywhere! My stomach growls, my tongue waters.
Warm paranthas are being tossed on the tawa….yumm! Now, I smell cheese; now, mustard sputtering in oil. I can hear a pressure cooker letting off steam.
I make it home, both tired and famished. I only have one thought in my head – FOOD! I take a shower, and rush into the kitchen to warm my dinner.
The first mouthful is divine, and I savour it with eyes closed. I wolf down the rest. I am full. I stretch in contentment. Bliss!