Today is a sunny day after three days of heavy rain. 28th morning we woke up to hear the sound of pouring rain. It was as if the sky had opened up. It felt good because we had hardly any rain for more than a week.
On the 21st morning as my husband was drinking coffee, he started feeling dizzy and the dizziness continued for some time. He had experienced it last year too when he was in his village. After returning all the tests were done and the doctors said everything was ok. He was experiencing the same after more than a year. We decided it was better to have a check-up. We went to the hospital and many tests including MRI was done. He was to be there for observation. I stayed with him. In between I was coming home to cook lunch. My mother cannot do all the cooking now. She helps by cutting vegetables. My husband has problems with his ears. It is because of that. The neurology and cardiology departments have said there is no problem. He has to do certain exercises. We have to go after three weeks for a review. The hospital world is world apart. We were in a semi-special room. It is for two patients. On Saturday and Sunday, it was just us. On Monday a couple came. The husband had come for a cardiology problem. His wife and I were able to talk to each other. I think we were in the same wave length 😊. We returned home Tuesday evening, they went back home on Wednesday evening.
On the 29th was our 39th wedding anniversary. Life has been good together. Our son-in-law, Vinay was born in the same year on the same day 😊. We wanted to go to the temple but it was raining. I made green gram dal payasa and Pongal. Aravind ordered a cake. It was good. On the 28th we went to the Rajasthani mess in our place. Aravind came to know about it recently. It is run by a Rajasthani family and they have been here for fifteen years! They prepare three dishes, rice, roti and aloo paratha. We have to serve ourselves and the food is unlimited. It is very reasonable at Rs 100 per plate. We enjoyed the food. I talked to the lady of the house as she was preparing rotis. There is something good about homemade food.
Today we will go to the temple.
August is over, time has been flying. It seems just the other day that my mother came here. My brother and sister-in-law will come in the third week. My mother will go with them. She has to have a check-up. Last November she underwent mastectomy. She is fine. She prays that she will be physically and mentally active till the end. I pray her prayers will be answered.