A change for the pleasant


Another Sunday, or for that matter any day, brings a different complexion. Having avoided morning walk due to drizzling, I thought of buying newspaper and milk, while riding along with my son to his coaching class. He was ready and about to cling on to the rear seat, that I noticed his shirt open in the upper part and gave instant instructions to button up. He did not take it lightly, but considering that he is on for his coaching class and more his instructor, too, a strict in these disciplines, immediately fell in line.
Not a teen-aged, now well into early twenties, for me, it gives an opportunity to ‘administer’ some self-improvement tips, which he has to endure, but, grudgingly. I told him of Sreekumar, and more particularly of his attitudinal change, to which he too was a witness, who was an auto rickshaw driver. Now, he has…

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