It’s been 3 weeks since I got creepy thoughts on the lump I found on my breast. Since then I am bewildered on the thought what next. I was concerned more than I should be and the thought that I am soon gonna get married shattered me. There was a time I even stopped talking to my fiance, in case of an adversity, I shouldn’t be a cause for his sorrow. I rang up my astrologer friend to whom I rely on when uncertainty strikes and he convinced me there is nothing wrong with my stars and I will be perfectly fine. Gaining a strong suit I somehow managed to disclose the matter to my doctor. Reassuaring me there is nothing to worry she fixed a date for scan. I showed up on time as fixed and she guided me to the scan room. We stepped in through the RCC which gave me the shakes. Many thoughts ran through my mind, the patients I have met, friends and family who have been through and many more. Maybe I am yet another person she is going to scan. I crossed my fingers as we reached the scan room. The 15 minutes test felt like a lifetime. Once we finished with the test my doctor reassured me with a 99.9% normalcy and nothing to worry and that I am perfectly fine like any other women. For the 0.1% guarantee she couldn’t assure, I was asked to follow up later after 6 months and I left the room thanking her in relief. While heading to the parking lot I was lost in thoughts on whether I should let my fiance know about this or not. I know a verbal talk will surely fail me but my pen will never.
My dear Pondicherrians,
There exists a small lever/switch on your vehicle when turned to left or right brings a blinking light into action either left or right respectively. The lever/switch indicates the direction of your journey hence termed as indicator.
Inspiration for the Tip:
Here I go sticking to my track with the left indicator on with hardly any space for another vehicle to pass through my left side. I check through my rearview mirror and finding no vehicle around I turn mine towards the left just missing a hard hit on myself as well as my vehicle (Thank God, my brakes were in good condition). In my disbelief and shock of where did he come from, I ask for confirmation whether he’s blind to miss my indicator or myself and the reply led me to another attack. “You were not holding your left hand on the handle so I never thought you will turn left”. A loud round of applause to my fellow driver who proved himself not only blind but made sure his vision was sharp enough to see my missing hand on the handle but somehow missed my blinking light. Anyways my patience stepped in and I bothered myself to give him a lecture on indicators that exist on the side of the vehicle and not on the hand of the rider. Maybe he was enlightened by my lecture that he stopped blaming me for adjusting my hair from falling on my face and accepted the function of the indicator.