status

It’s joke shared by the sisters and I.

I observed that we’ve got the status part represented. Married with children , married without children, unmarried with child, and the unmarried one without a child. The last one would be me. The sisters laughed when I pointed that out.

The status have its advantages and disadvantages. That’s not what worries me. I’m worried about getting too comfortable with this state that I’d rather not change anything. After all, how can one miss something that one never had. If one has lived half one’s life without something, will that ever be worth everything it’d be changing?

Then again, these may just be some post SAD blues.

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