Today, I removed the TV from our home. For the 3rd time this year. The previous two attempts did not last more than a month and hence were clear failures.
The only difference this time is that the TV has been physically removed from our home and packed off to our village. Earlier, we just discontinued the cable but the physical sight of the TV was a constant temptation.
My wife is supportive but my daughters are not amused. They retaliated by banning me from viewing YouTube at home.
An absolute Win-Win. #Productivity FTW !
My daughter showed me this video. Its the only informecial in the world that I actually liked.
When you have two daughters, what you grow in the farm also gets influenced by them. Maruthani (henna) saplings planted at our farm. By this time next year, you can help yourself to farm fresh henna. (Those are my daughter’s hands in the picture with freshly ground henna gifted by our farm caretaker’s wife) — at Vaksana Farms
My younger daughter, Kalpitha, at a Bharthanatyam dance performance. — at Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan, Mylapore.
With my wife at Residency Towers after a sumptious meal. You can see the satisfaction on our faces!
I’ve seen this before. Saw it today again. And still teared up. That’s what kids do to you.