What if one day you come to know that the moral value lessons from your school was all a lie?
One thing that I embed from my childhood days is sharing and caring. I have always been the kind of kid who would think of others before thinking of myself.
What? I am not self appreciating myself again. I will tell you a story. Once when I was say 4 or 5 years old, dad, me, mom and sis sat for our dinner. Yes in that exact order. Now I remember we had ordered Chilly Chicken and I had learnt to eat it just recently. It would be the apt time to say I wasn’t and am still not fond of anything spicy and I used to throw a lot of tantrum if mom used to make spicy home food(Still do it). I was just against it. But somehow for this particular dish I could somehow magically manage to eat. That is still a mystery unsolved. But anyways we were eating that. I had one piece left when I saw dad had already finished his chilly chicken. I felt bad(don’t know why) So I offered him my piece. He said no. I insisted but he again said no. I kept on insisting (I don’t know for how long) and finally he gave in.
He went ahead and took the piece and put it in his mouth. Chewed it and swallowed it too.(Imagine all this is Slow motion please). This was too much for me to witness. I started crying(for a long time). Now my family was confused. And also shocked I guess. They asked what happened? It was you who insisted dad after all. And then I replied :
I was just being nice and I expected him to take a bite. 🤦
It is since then that my dad never takes food from my plate even if I insist. I guess he got his lesson and well I think I might be Joey who doesn’t like sharing her food after all 🙈
We all have such embarrassing stories right? Have you ever done anything stupid and then later felt embarrassed. Let me know if you really care enough to share your favourite food? That would be fun to know.
For all the people who has a bit of Joey in them…
I Heart You All <3
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