All good things come to an end!

I am one of those sentiment lot, who wouldn't easily adapt to changes.... and would attach undue importance to even things that one could own only temporarily. Like a rented house.

I stayed for a little over a year in a maisonnette, overlooking a wonderful spread of green grass and cherry blossom trees.

Enjoying the mild sunshine in the porch, I would sit in a cane chair, reading a book that I had borrowed from the library (which was at a 10 min walking distance from my house), glancing at the lappy for an off and on y! chat with few school buddies.

All this with the blissful thought that a bundle of joy is on the way. Not to mention the frequent phone calls from my concerned mom thousands of miles away. I didn't imagine in the wildest of my dreams that I would spend the most important phase of my life all alone (when the husbd was off to work) with absolutely no regrets.

Every morning I would look out of the window for a visual treat of nature at its best. When the spring season arrived, the cherry blossom tree which was withered during winter, went into full bloom (see pic attached). Then came the short British summer season, which meant a 4.30 am sunrise and 8.30 pm sunset. Needless to say that I almost lived the day in the balcony. A friend of mine once joked that the baby would be born with green hair if I don't stop staring at the grass. October arrived (and the baby too). I sneaked out enough time for short walks to see the leaves going red yellow, orange.

Winter arrived, which put a full stop to my nature gazing spree. I do enjoy watching the trees and plants sans leaves, but the damage was caused in the form of seepage in the roof due to condensation, which forced us to vacate the property. Thus, with a heavy heart we decided to move out of the house.

When it was about a month to go before moving out, I started looking for ways to dislike the house. (couldn't find many though!)

All good things must come to an end, afterall.. paving way for better things to happen! Thus I say to console myself!!


avdi said...

Your blog looks so wonderful and green, the pics are great. Even I get very attached to places. I hope your new house is as good.

couchpapaya said...

oo love the makeover! as for the house, atleast u have such great memories (and pics) and of course looking fwd to the better things. hope u love ur new house more :)

love the cherry blossom trees too, am waiting for the first ones to bloom soon now yay!!

Angel's Flight said...

I love the new template too!

U had a gorgeous view babe!

Howz the new place?

Smita said...

Ah!!! I can understand why u r missing the place...

Am 'J' of the leisurely picture that u have created here :-} (that's me sulking ;))

So setlled in the new place???

PS The blog looks beautiful :)

AS said...

hii nice blog

lovely pics :)

WhatsInAName said...

wow such a nice post on such a simple marvel of everyday life! I am happy that there are good people like you who stop to notice the world around :-) I wish to follow you soon.

Bouncing-Bubble said...

I would have lazily stuck with the dark background, but when uh mentioned I thought itwas time to change.
New house is fine, but near the hustle bustle of the city

Thankews. I am just being greedy! I want to have the cake and eat it as well :)

yup! new place is good, but I miss the view of the old place.. greedy greedy me:(

Thankyou. Was very lazy all these days to change the template. Still lazy to make any other changes. u J?

Thank you so much!!

thn ku for including me under good people heheheh... I'm sure you enjoy beauty of nature as much as I do.
btw what happ to doc visit?

Vee said...

Missed this.. Kaisa hai naya ghar? Near the hustle bustle I read above..

eye-in-sty-in said...

oye... whats ur email?
mine is

Bouncing-Bubble said...

New house is not bad..nothing scenic though!

You'd hv got it!