Grow Old With Me: #WordlessWednesday

Grow Old With Me: #WordlessWednesday

“Grow old along with me!
The best is yet to be,
The last of life, for which the first was made:
Our times are in His hand
Who saith “A whole I planned,
Youth shows but half; trust God: see all, nor be afraid!”
– Robert Browning
Photo Credits: Arusha Sinha, my now twenty-year old

31st August 2013, Before Sunset

My parents, enjoying a quiet evening in our balcony. This is soon after Ma was detected with the Big C. She had returned from the hospital a week or two back, and was apparently on the mend. 

For some odd reason this picture is not as sharp as it appeared on my laptop. But, a precious moment as this had to be shared on #WW. 



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29 thoughts on “Grow Old With Me: #WordlessWednesday

  1. The photo has an air of calmness and peace about it. It would have been hard to tell by the look on your mother’s face if you hadn’t mentioned about her ailment been then recently detected.

    1. Yes, it was one of those surreal, peaceful evenings. The storm had partially blown away. And it’s quite uncanny ,though I did not plan it that way, this post coincided with my parents fifty-sixth anniversary. This time without Ma.

      Thank you for your kind comment, Anamika.

    1. Hello Rob,

      Absolutely. Soul-mates they were. They me when Ma was seventeen. And spent over half a century with each other.

      Thanks for writing in.

    1. Thank you dear Vinitha, yes some pictures, live on forever, even though the moments might have passed by. And the memories stay strongly etched in our hearts. Thank you for your words. <3

    1. Thanks Parul. Yes, indeed a precious moment of two very precious people. Think she is smiling from the heavens above at all these beautiful comments. Thank you. <3

    1. Thank you dear Steve. Will tell my Father for sure. Mum’s probably already heard you out from somewhere across the rainbow. 🙂

      You have a terrific new week too, and yes, Happy Holidays!
      Thanks for swinging by. 🙂

  2. Awww… heartwarming picture Natasha… Its always good to look at those moments that are precious, than all the not so nice things life throws at us… I am sure you cherish this picture and all that goes with it.

    1. Totally do Ramya.

      Sometimes pictures can be such a pick me up. I love looking through old memories and pictures. Spent a lot of time doing that at my in-laws recently during Diwali.

      Thanks Ramya.

    1. Yes, this picture overflows with nostalgia. And the fact that time and tide, wait for none.
      Yes, Ma and Babi were so content despite the challenges at hand, at that point of time.

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