Day 5: Conversations..

Husband and I were watching CNN-IBN
after ages. We get only NDTV here, and it was nice watching something else for a change.

Me: (watching Rajdeep Sardesai) He looks so much older now. But then my memories of him are from 2002-2003.
Husband: And so different from 1994.
Me: 1994? I don’t quite remember seeing him then.
Husband: No? You haven’t seen Qayamat se Qayamat Tak?

That was when it sunk in. He was talking about Aamir Khan who Sardesai was interviewing, while I was taking of Sardesai. Sigh!

On a lazy Saturday, I was cuddling up to daughter and talking nonsense. It went on until she got fed up and said,
‘ Can you please not talk for a while? I’m trying to read!’

I had big plans of trying to wear a little make up, for a change, when I went back to work. Of course, that never happened. Most days I am in such a rush, that I’m lucky that I’m dressed completely. New Year’s Eve, I decided to dress up a bit. I had just put on some eyeliner. A tiny bit. Daughter takes one look and says,’ You look like an old woman with wrinkly skin.’

Well, just as well that I can’t do make-up.

The first of the holiday period, that I left Daughter and husband and went to work, she was in tears. However she soon copped on to the fact that she could get away with doing nothing the whole day, more easily with Daddy. At the end of the day, I would be greeted by a ragamuffin of a child. I suspect the only way I can change that is if I carry out my threat to chop off her hair if I see her all untidy like that πŸ™‚

So Daughter loves Harry Potter. She has read and reread the Harry Potter series, a million times. She’s still reading them like she is doing a thesis on them. And every so often she tries to test my knowledge of the series. I’ve been alright until she started asking me things like people’s middle names and stuff. And nothing makes her happier than seeing me at a loss for words!

While on Harry Potter, daughter had never watched the movies until these holidays. We worked through the movies one by one. Of course, someone would hide behind a cushion at times, but would refuse to stop watching it! And of course there were some ‘ But that’s not the same in the book!’ moments πŸ™‚

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25 thoughts on “Day 5: Conversations..

  1. I am going to start reading Harry Potter ONLY NOW **shame faced** but I have decided not to watch the movie as I don’t want – ‘But that’s not the same in the book!’ moments πŸ™‚

    • At around 6 or 7, I think. I was worried that the books after the third series might be too scary for her, but there was no looking back. She just went on and read them all.

  2. Took me a while to understand that Aamir fact! lol…

    and Poohi is such a smart girl… I doubt she is going to turn into a witty and dry humour specialist like our Vimmuuu! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ :mrgreen:

    Tough times ahead Smi! πŸ˜€

  3. LOL! Hilarious convo on Rajpeep Aamir!
    And poor young lady isn’t getting to read in peace, is she? What Smits, why do you talk so much!! πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

    Hugs to the li’l reader!

    • Oh yes! That might have been more interesting πŸ™‚ Make up part? I wish. I still just about manage to get my clothes on right and reach the car πŸ™‚

  4. Aamir & Sardesai. It’s natural for husband to think you were referring to the 90’s heartthrob!

    LOL! I guess! But he should have known me by now πŸ™‚ I’m the one who gapes at Prannoy Roy in airports but misses out movie stars standing right in front of me 😦

    Lol @ poohi trying to read and thinking you look old!

    That child!

    I haven’t read Harry Potter yet, Smithu! Don’t tell Poohi, I don’t want her to disown me πŸ˜₯
    lol! I don’t think she could ever disown you. She still shows all her friends the loot you sent her πŸ™‚

    But yeah, no movie can replace moments from any book πŸ™‚

    That is so true, isn’t it?

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