Home is where your heart is…

Enjoying a blissful life, with my sweet family, unexpectedly  I felt clutched by some unknown syndrome. I found myself rigid, which I was actually not.

After my son’s marriage all my assertions were lying on the floor as my failures. Suddenly, changes seemed unacceptable to me. Desperation brought me towards loneliness, and my family was facing the result of this erratic situation.

 I rebuked myself for showing narrow mindedness when the other side was concerned; I regretted being an eccentric person at this age.

‘I’ll change’, I was determined.

‘Now it does feel like home, doesn’t it?’  My heart whispered.


This post is the part of 100 Words on Saturday 2014  #17


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11 Comments Add yours

  1. That’s a lovely take on the prompt. Enjoyed reading:)

  2. Leo says:

    Yes. I agree with Vishal. A different, but lovely take on the prompt 🙂

  3. Rajlakshmi says:

    I hope women start feeling this more often. Lovely write up. 🙂

  4. I guess most women go through this transition after a certain age. But very few realize it. You’ve blended it well with the prompt.

  5. Enjoyed reading your lovely take on the prompt. Change is good, we all go through it.

  6. Anita says:

    Change is inevitable. Such feelings like the protagonist are common. Glad that she decided to change 🙂
    Nicely expressed 🙂

  7. Shilpa Garg says:

    Glad she realized and changed for the good of all. A very different perspective on the prompt, Sheela 🙂

  8. Nicely captured the changes in life :-).

  9. Loved your perspective and can really identify with it. Brilliant. ♥

  10. sarala D says:

    Yes,we should rise to the occasion.Nice.

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