By Ashish Kaul
Nothing special could be seen. There wasn’t a place I could feel like going. “Nothing exciting,” I tapped the floor, getting up quickly.
“Should I order a lunch,” I asked myself, continuing, “But, do I need a day to make my day special … I am special … so I am going to make it very special.”
Next thing I knew that I was treating myself to some nice Chinese cuisine; and I turned finicky. What then went on actually lasted for an hour; and with fresh raspberries and strawberries over vanilla ice cream I think I made my day.
And once I was out of the restaurant finishing green tea and holding a toothpick, my spirits were definitely enlightened. I then again told myself – My day is not complete yet. I should squeeze some more special moments into it; maybe not in stomach this time.