Two Homes....Two Scenarios...
In the evening too, Sushma prepares dinner after arriving home, exhausted after a full day’s work in office. Her husband arrives and merely sits lazily in front of the TV, doing nothing, except asking if the dinner is ready or not. After serving dinner, Sushma collects her family’s dirty clothes and starts the washing machine. While getting the task finished, she waters her pots, and then checks on her kid's homework late in the evening, after which she finally has her dinner; and by the time her husband utters a word or two of romance, she has no mood at all as she is tired and has another busy day waiting for her, the next day. The husband snorts at the snub and goes to sleep by himself. They are simply existing side by side, with hardly any time for each other. Inside, how Sushma wished everyday, that Arun ( her husband ) would sometimes atleast share the load - and how things would be so different then!
After washing herself, Rati took over the kitchen, but Rishi still hung around asking if she needed any help. That gesture was sweet enough for her to shower Rishi with some more warm kisses, all over his neatly shaven-face. Their life was full of romance. There was never a dull or an indifferent moment. As Rati said, she’d manage, Rishi went to get the kids. He loved waking them up with jokes, preparing them with their baths and dressing them up for school ( he even loved to check on their homework & school progress every evening ). Within a few moments the entire family was at the breakfast table, having breakfast together. As the bus picked the kids, Rishi and Rati still had a few cozy moments to share. Rishi dropped Rati at her work place, before going to his own office. Sharing the load quickened things and made it possible to share so much more delightful moments with each other. Once returning home too, they'd both prepare dinner together or take turns every alternate days ( even the laundry ). Life was bliss.
So, which scenario would you prefer?
Don't you think its time to #ShareTheLoad?