‘You really do not know to make a cootie catcher’, our six-year-old asked his father,
‘No’, said the father.
‘Alright then, pay attention’, he said and began folding a paper.
We exchanged happy smiles. Little did the brat know that his father was feigning. There is so much joy in learning from a child.
We sat in content silence. Had I looked back, I would have seen the years of adjustment and misunderstandings in our journey as a couple. Rome was not built-in a day, neither is our relationship. We built it little by little and it stands erect today.
But then relationships are built like that. Written as a part of 100 words on Saturday for Writetribe. The prompt this time Had I looked back
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