Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Another small drop

In the midst of running out of the house every morning with barely a cuppa coffee, to missed lunches, grabbing whatever food comes your way, phone calls saying that you will be late coming home yet again. Amongst everyday frustrations on how the nitty-gritties of work can overshadow the real purpose of it, somehow something good does happen. And it all shows in this woman's smile, and yours at the end of a trip to Congo.

And now its back to work again. Another crisis on its way, and I strongly suspect you like this running in the face of probable solutions.

And as I am writing this, I realize that the tone sounds restrained, but then no one sees this wide smile on my face and quiet pride in my heart as I type this note for you.


At 2:02 PM, Blogger Anyesha said...

Its awesome....you must be so proud of Kaushik.What about a congo experiences post by K? Would love to read about it.

At 3:06 PM, Blogger sattva said...

many congratulations...it's these small drops that really do make the difference!

At 6:51 PM, Blogger Joy Forever said...

Congrats to both you and K for the great work that you have been doing. The photo was lovely too.

At 4:53 PM, Blogger kundalini said...

i just loved the last line. this was a beautifully written post.

congrats. :)

At 6:15 PM, Anonymous Dweep said...

You need to stop pretending to be a normal human being! :-)

Congratulations on that ATM - a personal and professional achievement I'm sure...

At 3:59 PM, Blogger Bidi-K said...

anyesha: yes I am, we've both come a long way. Will try and get him to sit down and write sometime, thats not easy you know :)

sattva: thank you, i agree!

joy: thanks, yes the photo spoke for itself i think.

kundalini: thanks :)

dweep: hey stop calling K not normal, he is as normal as Calvin you know! :)) but you should've seen him after he came back, he was planning the next trip already.


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