Journey to Work
#100DaysOfBlogging Day 11
The journey to office was different today. For a change, the driver put the FM and not the devotional songs. While I’m happy to remember God (and with the journey, at times I have no choice but to remember God), the daily dose of devotional songs was beginning to become too much. I played Sudoku, topped my best time; completed the puzzle in 1m 25s which is 4 seconds better than earlier. I felt like having coffee, but the thought of having it in the cab is not an enjoyable one.
There was traffic as usual. It worries me how people forget safety because they want to get to where they want to get to in a hurry. A two wheeler sped through the gap between two buses. There’s more honking too. I wonder why people think the red light will magically turn green if they honk five seconds after it has turned red. No wonder I’m not a big fan of driving to office. Thankfully, there was delicious idli, vada and sambar at canteen once I finally reached office. And hot coffee too.
Sometimes, it’s nice to recollect the day. Ramble a bit. Not too often though.
(© Vinay Leo R. @ I Rhyme Without Reason, 3rd October 2016)