Wednesday, July 9, 2014

The 3 Musketeers

Michael was a hard-worker. His sincerity and dedication at work got well noticed but not well rewarded. In any other field he would have flourished and surpassed his counterparts. But he was in a field, where vagaries of nature played a crucial part. His success depended on soil conditions, water resources and life expectancy of crops. Tilling, sowing, harvesting became a routine.

His brother Richard was a different kind. He never felt the need to assist Michael on the field. His culinary interests dragged him to set up food counters. Serving people, feeding them is what Richard relished.  He was a man of company and so he employed his best friend as a waiter. His friend thoroughly enjoyed helping Richard at food counters.

The 2 brothers had a loving sister Suzy, who was associated with Crime Investigations. Cases would keep her too busy to attend to any household chores.Suzy never visited Michael's farm or Richard's counters. But the brothers would often admire Suzy's sharp problem solving skills.

Katherine was happy Mother.  Farmville, Café world and Crime Scenes ensured, that her children always stayed by her side. "Technology & its advancements have brought toiling tasks in the hands of a mouse"..she whispered.

                                               This post is a part of Ultimate Blogging Challenge - July 2014 - Day 9
                                                                           My Theme for this week - Technology

3 comments:

Lexi Gunn said...

Many people fail to realise that the games online can help children. Of course, in moderation is still important. Nothing can replace playing outside and exploring. I do let my daughter sit with my tablet and play on the apps I downloaded for her now and then though. Her favourites are the musical ones.

Shalzzzz said...

That's a lovely mother who can understand her children. Lovely post!! :)
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Reema D'souza said...

Lovely post! And the last part was unexpected!