Life Viewed Through The Lens Of A Veteran Special Forces Lensman

Life Viewed Through The Lens Of A Veteran Special Forces Lensman

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VARNIS COLLECTIONS AND REFLECTIONS

“Nests” are made. In the initial years they are small but cosy, with full of love, warmth and happiness.  Then the kids come in. There is joy, laughter, chirpiness. The house turns into a home. Then more space is required .You look for a bigger house, work for it saves for it, plan for it and go for it.

It grows and grows. By now you are doing everything but there is no time to actually relax and enjoy everything. Now you are in a big bunglow, there slots and lots of space.  Everything is on top gear.

Then slowly the children “fly” out, soon to start a “nest “of their own. Finally only two of you are there in the huge bunglow. Now all the trappings have also gone. You may feel depressed.

However if it is a home and not a mere house, then now is the time to ENJOY IT….DECORATE IT…..CHILDREN WILL VISIT…..VISIT AGAIN AGAIN SOON WITH THEIR CHILDREN IN TOW ……..LIVE LIFE KING SIZE …NOW.

    
   
   

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