The Window Sill

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Aditi and Rahul have been married for 9 years now and lead a fairly happy and peaceful lives with their twin daughters Pihu and Piya in their moderately lavish apartment in Bangalore. Aditi had by choice quit her corporate job when the twins were born. Initially she was absolutely happy taking care of the twins and the household. It’s been 7 years and she was now getting tired of this monotonous routine. Rahul has been really busy putting in extra efforts at his work in order to sustain the corporate pressures and this was definitely taking a toll on his health and married life. Though on the outside everything seemed absolutely normal, there was something that was missing in their life and thus was creating a void space between them.

Now that Pihu and Piya are well settled in their school life, Aditi decided to get back to work. After months of striking off ads in the classifieds section and talking to more than a dozen consultants, Aditi finally settled in for a position of Group Manager at a well-known manufacturing organization. The sabbatical made it difficult for her to keep pace with the fast corporate life.

To know what happened in Aditi’s second innings in the corporate world and how it influenced her life, read more at Dew Drops (Click Here).

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This post is part of the WordPress Daily Prompts : 365 Writing Prompts program where the aim is to post at least once a day based on the prompts that they have provided. Today’s prompt is, Choose your adventure: Write a story or post with an open ending, and let your readers invent the conclusion.”

The author Rekha Dhyani is one of the contributors to the Project 365 – A Post A Day and blogs regularly at Dew Drops. She also shares her lucky clicks at The Crystal Trance.

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