When he married her she was very young and he had a decent job. Both were not even graduates. Within 9 years of marriage they had 3 daughters. Birth of daughters, and when it’s three of them, is often a topic of discussion, sometimes pity & sometime ridicule too. But they accepted their gifts from God with gratefulness & listened to their hearts. Never did any of them ever regret that they were girls & carried out their responsibilities to the best of their abilities. And both of them had one common dream for the three of them – to educate them well & also to bring them up to be good human-beings.
In spite of all odds, trials & tribulations & many sacrifices, they managed to educate the three of them. The older two are post graduates & have jobs as per their qualifications while the younger one is ready to join them soon. He was happy that he could educate them more than what he could in life. He and his wife now feel happy & contented to see one part of their dream come true. The remaining part of their dream is in-process!
He is my Deuta (my father) and she is my Maa.
And my dream is to fulfill their dreams & always keep them smiling & happy. 🙂
“What are we after all our dreams, after all our memories?” ~ Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook
I am participating in Write Tribe Festival of Words – 2. This post is under the theme of Day 7 – Dreams
Day 1 – Memories
Day 2 – Food
Day 3 – Books
Day4 – Music
Day 5 –Travel
Day 6 – People
And with this post the Festival of Words – 2 comes to an end.
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