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The-Little-Things-In-Life-[Blog Marathon Post 2]

The Little Things In Life [Blog Marathon Post 2]

“Little things make a big difference”

The other day I attended a birthday party. My father’s close friend celebrated his 50th Birthday -the golden jubilee of his life.

On this auspicious occasion, his wife threw a small house party where only the near and dear ones were invited. Theirs was a love marriage. As usual, I was excited to attend the party. Because I was curious about the preparations and of course the ‘Biryani’.

I got ready for the party and walked towards the party house. It’s a 3 minutes walk from our house. Imagining Smita Aunty (birthday boy’s wife), I knew she’d be the one managing stuff from A to Z.

Inviting people and hosting them is a big task and a mountain of responsibility. And in the society we live in, we’ve got a bunch of guests who are too unpleasant to appreciate things. Therefore, in Indian homes keeping your guests content is a pressure. You constantly need to prove yourself in front of your guests.

When I entered the room, the first thing that immediately caught my attention was the birthday cake. As you can see the picture, the cake is clothed by a thick green layer of cream which makes the cricket pitch. The edible bat and ball complete the setup.

The edible cricket pitch πŸ˜›

My father’s friend – the birthday boy, has lived cricket all his life. I won’t say played because this is the only thing he is passionate about and has treasured all his trophies all around the house with immense pride.

Undoubtedly Smita Aunty was keen on making her husband’s 50th Birthday the best one of his life.

One of the walls of their house was embellished with stylish golden letters of the happy birthday of a beautiful font style and a big golden balloon blown in to make the number 50.

It looked as elegant as Smita Aunty herself. Her taste and choice are unique and trendy. No wonder nothing from the arrangements seemed cliche. Everything was up to the mark and new.

As part of the Indian tradition, the ladies did a small Aarti and blessed the birthday boy. It a nice ritual but strangely everybody maintains a knowing silence while it’s on.

The Birthday boy & the auspicious ritual!

Coming to the snacks for the evening, Smita Aunty had ordered samosas that were stuffed with palak and cheese and it just melted into our mouths. It was yummy and perfectly complimented the party.

The veg and non-veg biryani were ordered from a well-known biryani centre and it was the show-stopper of the evening. I savoured over the piping hot rice and enjoyed each morsel of it.

The birthday party had a personal touch to it and was not an event that was made live on social for the sake of likes and comments.

The reason why I am describing everything in detail is because these are the little things that matter in life.

Smita Aunty, being a working woman, put all the efforts only to see a wide smile on her beloved husband’s face.

Even after so many years of marriage why would someone put efforts to tell their better half that they love them? It’s because everyone wishes to be loved by someone.

But sadly enough now you’ll see that love slightly fades away after a proposal, then a little more after marriage and a little more after a few months of marriage.

Isn’t marriage a life long affair? Why would you take your partner for granted once he or she has accepted your proposal? Shouldn’t you take those tiny efforts time and again to see that beautiful smile of his or her that you had once fallen for?

Well, everybody is busy in this world. But nobody is too busy to make their partner feel special.

I loved how Smita Aunty cared about the minutest details of the party and made it a memorable day of her husband’s life.

Saving your husband’s name as ‘sweetheart’ or ‘hubby’ doesn’t symbolize your love. Taking care of the little things in your relationship does.

I’ve seen people say, “Ah! What’s there to say now? I’ve already told her I love her/him and she/he very well knows that.”

How illogically ruthless this is!

You need to understand that there’s a difference between knowing and feeling. Make your partner feel that you love him/her every day. And a little more on auspicious days like birthdays and anniversaries.

You are not too old to express your gratitude and love towards your partner. Neither is your marriage or relationship are too old to be taken for granted.

The little things in life are the once that matter the most.

Say you love them immediately after reading this blog and see howΒ  love plays it’s magic.

And thank you for wishing me the best for my blog marathon. See you tomorrow πŸ™‚

P.S. And yes, a very happy International Men’s Day to all the men reading this. Be informed that you’re an inevitable part of the universe.Β 

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Shraddha Rane is a blogger from Mumbai, India. She graduated from the University of Mumbai and enjoys writing and spending time with her friends.

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15 thoughts on “The Little Things In Life [Blog Marathon Post 2]

  1. OMG!!shraddhu thank u so much for ur appreciation, i never thought once there will be blog on me…❀
    Its my honourπŸ™πŸ™
    But i think its not matter to show your loved one how much care for him/ her, its only love…want to take every chance to see our dear ones happy…koi bhi mauka hath se nahi jana chahiye…
    Actually i wanted to give surprise party even to deepak, but as nihar was not there we managed at home..
    I was really fulfilled with joy to know that all enjoyed this party..
    Thank you so much to all … Actually coz of u all ΰ€ͺΰ€Ύΰ€°ΰ₯ΰ€Ÿΰ₯€ ΰ€•ΰ₯‹ ΰ€šΰ€Ύΰ€° ΰ€šΰ€Ύΰ€‚ΰ€¦ ΰ€²ΰ€— ΰ€—ΰ€―ΰ₯‡..❀
    Without our dear ones nothing is possible…
    Love u all u too darling❀

  2. Wow dear, again a good one ya, because I ws present on that day, was enjoying to read each word n going in flash back…Too good…U shld hv mentioned of Rane da, the way he ws taking care of each n every small small things, really appreciate his work. In all functions he gv his 100%.

    1. Yaa u r right jayu…Rane da is always best…unke bina raunak nahi ati…
      All helped me lot that day till end all were there with me my Juvati group…❀❀ Many functions happened at our home but this time was so fantastic…coz al were with me and supporting me…actually Mr.Rane is always there to guide us…how to arrange…are ghabru naka vahini sagla vyavastit honar….
      He is our Big B..❀

  3. Though I had missed this celebration event, but it’s narrated so well that i thought I had been there with you all. Shraddha, you has very well described the love between this sweet couple. Congrats, and keep writing awesome blogs. πŸ‘βœŒοΈ

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