Sunday, July 10

No wonder...

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He never went from office before eight. He was one of the hardworking employees out of many I have seen. All the directors were impressed with him. Perks and promotions followed him without a break. He never had applied for a leave nor he did complain about over work.

But now things had changed. He comes half an hour late. Brings lunch box to company. And leaves company exactly at five. If there is work after that, he assigns it to his juniors. Everyone wondered at his change. In the corridor’s I heard someone whispering, “he married last week.”

No wonder, I thought.

7 comments:

musings (m000nie) said...

hmmm good to see hes dedicating sometime at home too...he deserves going home early dont u think???

Amit said...

It happens with everyone...Sometime u also will go thru...and me too..

Baejaar said...

I am glad that marriage infused some common sense into him.

Primalsoup said...

Hehe, indeed, the woes of marriage! Thanks for the comment in my Blog!

musafir said...

Ah, the bliss of marriage - no personal experience yet, but I've seen a few uncles and cousins exhibit the same symptoms as you've described!

Thanks for dropping by my blog and your wonderful comment - do drop by again

Dawn....सेहर said...

hehehe..I was curious to know the reason for the change..n believe me..thats a cute change ;)

good one!!!

Vinu said...

@musings...true it is..family comes foremost..

Amit..true....

@baejaar...hehe..common sense..maybe...

@dawn,musafir and primalsoup..

Thanks for visiting my blog...

I had read somewhere "marriage is a bliss"

Yet to experiance