Dear Readers, you may notice the dates of the Blog do not match the Flash Post dates which are in real time. The blog was written in 2009 and saw the light of day 6 months back when my younger daughter discovered it and decided to bring it to you here.
January 25. “Button, do you believe in change? Do you like it?”

January 25. “Button, do you believe in change? Do you like it?”

“Change is nice.”

“I mean not too drastic a change. Change things we have been accustomed to doing for a while. Change some habits around.”

“You don’t mean changing your lifestyle where you eat dinner in the morning and breakfast at night?”

“Why not?”

“That could be somewhat difficult but, at the same time, change stops you from stagnating. It brings that zing to your existence.”

“Absolutely. And it can be fun when you change certain habits you have been used to for years. I am such a rigid person and so set in my ways that change is scary but, recently, because there weren’t too many options available, I was forced to change a few habits and it was then that I realized that change can be fun. Why must we eat breakfast which includes cereal, eggs, toast, jam, jelly, etc, in the morning and not when we have rice, chappati, dal, subzi, etc, for lunch in the afternoon or even at night? Someone like you and me determined that we should eat certain food items for breakfast and a completely different set of food for lunch and dinner and we have been following these set patterns blindly. Do you know there are restaurants that serve breakfast throughout the day? I mean, if I want my toast and omelette at 9 at night, I should be served exactly that and, if I want to eat dal, chawal and subzi at 9 in the morning, I should have the option of doing so too. Makes sense? It’s healthier too!”


“Maybe our lives would be more exciting if we experimented with new things on and off!”

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