From the pages of Dee Kay’s life
Date :- 15th October 2018, 07:32 PM
It’s been a weird week for me with a lot of unexpected events that made it tough for me to accomplish much. The last rambling came 9 days ago so there are heaps of thing that I wish to share but I don’t want to bore you with the details. So I will just rush through what I did or did not do in the last 9 days.
- Went to my native village to meet my maternal grandma so that meant driving like crazy
- Completed 1 chapter of the novel
- Gave an exam which did not go well
- Bought a new phone and did some more online shopping
- Took the car, bike and the scooty/scooter to the service centers
- Got the all my documents in order for the interview
The load of these work, which doesn’t look much, combined with the daily routine household chores and other activities plus the changing weather have taken its toll. The weather went from scorching hot to bone chilling cold in matter of a day as it began to rain. My body isn’t very good with sudden climate change ever since I stopped playing any sports. Plus my left knee which had been operated on for ACL (twice) is starting to react to the cold so the pain is constant. All these combined with exhaustion and the pressure to complete tasks at hand has diluted my mind into a marination of negative thoughts.
To fight this, I am trying to stick to the schedule that I follow. I read. I write. I workout. I follow a pattern.
There are sudden mood swings as I began to feel the nicotine dependency as I have cut down completely as I made a promise to my mum. I have made such promises before but if I want changes in my life then I have to stand on my words. I cannot expects others to listen to me if I cannot stand on my own words. I need to have my back. My knee is hurting me so I will take some rest now.
But before a leave, a big shoutout to Minal Shah for her incredible travelogues.. Do Check them out in links below…
I guess that’s it for today.
So this Dee Kay singing off.
(These are the personal views and daily life occurrences of the writer. Please read them with an open mind.)