Ok!! So this is how it all started. I was sitting in my living room with a laptop on the table and my head completely in it. I was working on my next novel and I need to finish the script soon. Working late nights is often boring and I decided to keep the television off as it distracts me while writing and so I had a pack of “Britania Gooday” peanut butter in a plate next to me from which I was constantly munching while writing.
Suddenly there was a very low noise of “woof” heard in the background. I was too engrossed in my book writing and dint look up. A few minutes later there was another “woof” which was comparatively a bit louder than previous one. I still decided to be in the book and not look up. The third time it was a big “woof”, loud enough to wake up everyone else in the house and I had to look up to find out what’s wrong.
My 13 year old munchkin, “sweetu” – a spitz pomerian was looking at me and the plate on biscuits together. It couldn’t resist but smile to me. She wanted the biscuits and was trying to tell me that she wants one. This moment brings me to point out this entire story. OMG – she looked damn innocent and cute!!! her sweet face makes my heart melt away!!! i had to rush myself towards her and hold her!! 10 minutes later she was sitting in my lap having her biscuit.
Have you ever realized what true happiness is? Internet is full of quotes on happiness and how to be self happy, but the fact is we need someone to make us happy. We are all social animals and we laugh with someone. We simply cannot be happy on our own. We smile at someone or compliment someone which makes the other person happy. The same concept applies to ourselves too. We need someone to make us happy, someone to smile at us or do something silly enough to turn that lip curve upwards.
Oh!! Look at my munchkin asking for a biscuit 😀
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