Freeing My Mind

cooltext1108140704 I am  travelling for work and this time I am out for 10 days!

While a little voice inside me is all excited for doing something I love, the next moment this gets submerged under the concern stricken voice for my boys! Thoughts of ‘how will they manage without me’ rule my head.

Oh, they are self sufficient, it is just that their carefree attitude which troubles me.

A call home last night revealed that the father-son are bonding big time!

While this makes me happy but … Why this BUT?

Well, it depends on the thoughts that I feed.

Linking this to Write Tribe’s 100 Words on Saturday Prompt : Write a hundred words without thinking – just free your mind!

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31 thoughts on “Freeing My Mind

  1. Sometimes our heart gets pulled in two opposite directions and we so want to be in two places at the same time! Good luck with all the travel, enjoy your time alone and come back home relaxed and fresh 🙂

  2. I can relate to those feelings!! My husband has often talked of taking one of the kids with him on the road when they get older…and I just can’t bear seeing them go!! So far it hasn’t happened and most of the time insurance restrictions keep him from taking any passengers…so for now I don’t have to worry! ♥

  3. Hi Enjoyed your post. I am Yvonne Lewis, one of Arlee Bird’s Ambassadors for the A to Z Challenge. I hope you are thinking of the challege although it’s only February.
    I look forward to visiting you during the challenge. Good luck.
    Yvonne.

  4. A woman’s mind is always thinking about her loved ones, and when she is a mother there are many more complex variables that get added to the equation. “Ifs” and “buts” are always part of human thoughts Shilpa.

  5. A mother always worries about her family, no matter what.But rest assured your absence will be felt even if they don’t let you know 🙂

  6. I think it’s our nature to worry – whenever my son asks me why I worry so much about him, I tell him it’s my job to worry and if I don’t then I’m not doing my job. Enjoy your travels.

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