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July 26, 2009

The three muskeeters – III

Filed under: Life as I know it — Celia @ 5:18 am

Someone commented saying that I will post the next part after six months.. He turned out to be partly prophetic. I am late by 1 1/2 years…

For more on the previous parts.. Refer part II.

The girl who quit the company is still in search of a job but at the same time trying actively for a baby now. Another girl has also quit the job.. No one knows what she will do next. One girl delivered a baby and is taking care of the child now.. One of these girls’s personal life is in such a turmoil that she doesn’t know where her future stands.. One girl’s husband is avoiding being intimate with her.. well, she is not the one who delivered.. but who knows what the future holds?

I think marriage is a parody which can become a melody in someone’s life and a tragedy in someone’s else.

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5 Comments »

  1. Jam
    All the three girls have now learnt life , some problems tend to be shorter , some longer and some you have to live with it. Which one is the moderator and her two muskeeters in ? Only time and another blog in a year will tell.
    Hope i will live to see it .
    “Art thou happy ?” still your secret admirer

    Comment by nice friend — July 29, 2009 @ 11:29 am | Reply

  2. @nice friend – Thx, let me know the person behind the mask.. I will really tell thou! whether am happy.

    Comment by Celia — July 29, 2009 @ 2:28 pm | Reply

  3. ok girls quitting jobs.. You will see this trend getting accepted only in India.
    If a girl quits a job no one will ask any question.. “Oh she is only a girl let her quit her job”
    But if a boy quits a job or if a boy is jobless for a long time, the society will make such fun of him.
    I know a boy who committed suicide because he was jobless for a long time.
    Can you tell me one instance in the history of India where a girl has committed suicide because she was jobless ??
    I am a girl and I want equal rights for girls and boys. I also want to earn the same like boys. I also want to take jobs seriously and I will not quit so suddenly. Always remember boys and girls are equal.
    I want society to treat boys and girls the same.

    Hail feminism !

    Ramya

    Comment by Ramya — August 12, 2009 @ 3:11 am | Reply

  4. The moderator’s husband might have changed after going to US.
    Better the moderator be watchful, some men are like that.

    Comment by nice friend — August 20, 2009 @ 2:27 pm | Reply

  5. Ok Bindu,

    Are you happy with your married life ?

    I mean are you bold enough to come out of it

    Ramya

    Comment by Ramya — November 6, 2009 @ 4:34 pm | Reply


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