Positive Attitude

Starting my week with a positive note which I believe is the most important aspect of life.

A positive person can come out from any situation very easily, having a positive attitude and positive thinking is the best way to win challenges in life.

In our daily life, we come across two kinds of people, one who are taking life with full energy with his/her positive thing and the other one who is taking life with negative thinking or attitude. All of us affect, in one way or another, the people we meet.

Negative thoughts, words, attitude brings negative energy and-and bad mood and lead towards failure, frustration, and a lot of disappointment.

Few things which we can follow in daily life and make our life positive.

  • Learn to add “I can”, “it can be done”, “I will do this”, in your daily conversation. before starting any particular job if you add negative thoughts it will sure give you negative results.
  • Associate yourself with people who think positive.
  • To strengthen your confidence and inner power sit and walk straight it will give you confidence.
  • Watch programs which give you happiness.
  • Eat healthily and talk to the person with whom you feel happy daily.
  • Try to ignore negative thoughts.
  • Be always Thankful to people who have helped you in any way in life.

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Happy spreading happiness

Well, today this is going to be my 200th post and I want to thank each and every one of my readers who joined me in this journey of blogging and read my posts.

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Journey till here is so wonderful, and memorable which I want to last ever and ever.

Started as a hobby now turned into passion just because my readers love to listen. I promise that I will keep spreading smiles, and happiness ever.

Thanks a lot to GleefulBlogger Dipika for featuring me and making me famous in her blog.

She says in her V.I.PERSONAL NOTE FOR YOU THERE…

    “Getting an idea and planning about a task in hand is the easiest step, the mountain of challenges comes when you start implementing it….. but I had you to pull me out from all those technicalities….. I was so lucky to have you as my mentor… I know you since ages (okay 13 – 14 yrs), time has changed but you remain the same; bubbly, exuberant, lively, happy go lucky girl I knew back then. You guided me with patience and helped me on every single step from conception to publishing…. I have been bombarding you with tons of questions every single day; you solve all my worries with your signature smile and a tadkta-bhadakta dialogue in the end. Thanks for introducing me to blogging world Ruchi Di… and guiding me throughout this transition. Your simple likes & comments give me the zeal to perform more…. So please keep loving me like this and inspiring with your words….

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Thanks a lot, dear !! Thanks to my lovely readers here….

❤ Love all my readers ❤

“JUG”of my life

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It is said “If you want a happy married life , you need to be a good companion and friend”, I was always worried when my mom used to say “There is a marriage proposal for yo , let’s talk ..” and my reaction was like ….”seriously is there any person who can be like minded and can handle me, my tantrums and my never ending wishes along with my mood swings.”

But it’s all about destiny and God’s magical ward who connect you to a person who is made for you…

Going to share my story totally filmy and totally social media connected. We got connected by his aunt who came to stay in our apartment just for a month for his son’s coaching in Lucknow and she saw me and watched me very closely. Well my dad was on bed taken up VRS due to his medical condition of being paralyzed and as we are only 4 sisters and proud daughters of such a wonderful human being I was with my parents to support them. That time I was teaching in Lucknow University and it was in my routine that after coming back from university in evening I make sure to take papa out for his walk and exercise in our society. Mayank Aunt got confused thinking that I am physiotherapist of papa who comes daily in evening for his exercise and enquired about me from mom after knowing that I am her daughter she directly given up proposal of marriage for Mayank

When I got this news I straight away said NO as papa was not well and I don’t wanted to get married and leave home and parents, but when mom insisted I mailed my biodata and photo to Mayank’s account and all his family and he, himself liked my picture and added me on yahoo chat (that time no smartphone or no facebook) we started chatting and I poured my heart out to a person whom I never met or never seen.

I told him straight away “I don’t want to get married as my parents are my responsibility ” and reply poped up “Let’s make this responsibility ours”.

There was something in him which made me positive towards marriage and I said “Yes, without even meeting him.”

He is Jug of my life as he proved at time when after our engagement when my dad got next attack of paralysis andwe1 I called him saying “I can’t get married as doctor said for expensive injections which is more important than this marriage ”

He came like a JUG and replied ” Ab toh shadi hogi chahe mandir mein ho …karuga tumse hi …this is not about money ” and from then till date he cared for me, our family and everyone happy.

Mayank is Jug who knows how to bring a smile on my face, he reads my mind without me uttering a word, he gives me true and unbiased judgment when I am looking for an answer. With him I’m complete, he is crazy, he is lovely, he is only one who is there in my every single heartbeat. We are ofcourse life partner but I know before that we are one another’s best friend. Love u ❤ !!

#RuchiePens “am writing about Jug in my life for the #DearZindagi activity at BlogAdda“.

 

Happy Momma Moment

For every mother the every moment when you see your child smiling and playing and growing each day is the happy moment. When Ira was born in 2008 that day I thought this is my happiest moment, she completed me and my womanhood ..everyday is so happy and delightful that mentioning one moment is really tough….

Years later Ira started asking for her younger bother or sister , whie studying about siblings in EVS she started demanding for younger one and we decided again to bring home little joy of bundle but this time God was holding something else in his plan. My little boy got delivered in 6th month and was extremely premature where doctors told us no chances of survival …he was there in NICU but doctors were waiting for some bad news to give us, they don’t even kept him on life support system and for 8 hours my fighter son was fighting his battle without any artificial life support.

Then doctors called us and said let’s admit him and start medical treatment with all tests and all, we happily agreed hoping for miracles and after 2 months of medical treatment in hospital when doc called us and said “Yes you can take VIRAJ the miracle boy home” that moment was the happiest moment for me as a mother, It’s God’s blessings and my son’s fighting spirit with our prayers he is with us as naughty little one.

Read full story of his birth here.

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#RuchiPens this post for  Menaka and Deepa  with #MondayMommyMoments 

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and Day#15 of NaBloPoMo   (National Blog Posting Month) which challenges you to a blog post every single day in November. Publish posts daily, meet other bloggers, and try something new. 

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When I Was A Child

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When I was a child I still remember and cherish some very happy and funny moments of childhood.

One such funny incident I still remember and we often laugh on it.

Me and my elder sister used to take a walk of our lane. I was 12-13 years old and very quick in replying and singing is my all time fav job. So we both were taking walk and being a die hard fan of Madhuri Dixit I started walking and singing her new song “Mera piya ghar aaya …O Ramji ….” and my voice slowly and slowly went on increasing.. My elder sister said ” Ruchi stop ..chalti road pe nahi gaate …” and kept walking after she walked few steps she realized that I am not walking along with her , when she turned back she saw me sitting in middle of road.

She returned back to me and asked, “Why are you sitting on road ?” Get up let’s go back home ….

I told her, ” Didi kaun bola tumko road chal rahi hai…main gaa sakti hoon, chalte chalte gaate hai …road nahi chal rahi …”

Very angrily she took me back home and told all mom all what happened, mummy scolded me and said as all mothers says ” Char log dekhte toh kya kehte…aaise road pe baithe hai?”

My head down I only said, ” Mummy waha do log bhi nahi the ….char kaha se dekhte ”

I got good bash from papa after that, but now when we think about this incident we all smile and remember old good times.

Wish to turn back and go back to childhood.

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This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.

#RuchiePens Linking this post for Day#14 of NaBloPoMo   (National Blog Posting Month) which challenges you to a blog post every single day in November. Publish posts daily, meet other bloggers, and try something new. 

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