#Converting Sundays into Son-days
#Week 3 #Task 3
While scrolling through the Twitter, I came across this Ariel India‘s campaign “ShareTheLoadMovement” on Blogadda.com‘s Twitter Handle and a heavy dose nostalgia struck me real bad , for the campaign talks about giving helping hand to one’s mother but unfortunately , irrespective of how desperately I wish to help my mom , there’s just no way I can do it .While 14 long years have lapsed since my mom left us , but we all still miss her like anything .
“Are we teaching our sons what we have been teaching our daughters?” – Ariel
#Week 3 #Task 3 – Dish Washing
So after making Wardrobes in Week 1 and Laundry in Week 2 , it was time for the third task and that turned out to be something I really wasn’t looking forward to -Doing the dishes ! To make the matters worse, I am not home for last few days owing to some official work. So considering the dead line to complete the task , the only option I was left with was to do dishes of my friends and give them a motherly feeling 🙂 😛 🙂
Nevertheless , since I have already committed to myself that I am gonna complete all the 4 tasks under this noble campaign of #ShareTheLoad , no matter what , so here you go :
- That’s what I was supposed to clean ( not my kitchen, so please excuse me for cleanliness ) :
- That’s what my first reaction honestly was :
- That’s how I went after the task :
- And that Ladies & Gentlemen was the result :
Not Bad , Huh ? Oh common , this is probably the 2nd or 3rd time in my life that I did dishes so I hereby give myself a big thumbs up 🙂
That was it. Task successfully completed . Thank you Ariel India & Blogadda Team for helping me know that I can actually make my wardrobe .
Besides ,I sincerely wish that all sons, including my own 6 year old kiddo , give a helping hand to their respective mothers on regular basis . Let’s be a good human being first & let this humanity commence from the home itself.
Namaste & Take Care !
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