26 December 2013
Seeing us off!
He is more or less bereft of all locomotory capabilities. But he could not bear to sit in his house as we bade goodbye (leaving for Durgapur – inlaws house).
So over a period of half an hour, he painstakingly took one step after another with the help of his stick and then the security guy and then plonked on a chair.
And then waited patiently till we came down an hour later – all that just so that he could bid us goodbye!!
Now if I can get him to agree to yet another surgery…..
I am continuing to wish you fun and safe travels.
Thank you Kelly!
I am speechless… nothing to say….Amazingly beautiful……..An hour and half worth of effort invested so that he could see you leave and say “bye”…Is there a word in english ( or for that matter, in any language) to describe this ?
He had an equally long walk back to the house….What was he thinking , how was he feeling , while walking back ? What was he saying to you, even if you were not there, in front of him?