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“No,” she replied.
“When did a NO become an answer to a HELLO?” I asked.
“I mean I do not want to see your pictures,” she clarified with a chuckle.
“I did not even ask you.”
“But you were going to ask,” she said giggling.
“How do you know that?”
“Remember I am your daughter and today is your photography class.”
“It is almost end of photography classes,” I replied.
“Are you not going to classes anymore?” My wife asked.
“The course was only for eight weeks,” I reminded her.
“That is bad. You should take some more classes,” my daughter interjected.
“Mom says it is peaceful at home when you gone. You talk too much,” she laughed.
On that ‘wonderful’ note, I left for my photography class.
At the end of the class, our eloquent teacher sought feedback including desired photo related courses and contents. While most expressed interest in portraits, sports and nature photography, my friend Pravin, had a unique request.
“Not to be included. What is that?” Some of us were obviously amused.
“Him,” Pravin said laughingly pointing his hand towards me.
“Oh. Why?” I could not resist.
“You talk too much,” Pravin alleged while continuing his laugh.
With friend like these, I do not need…..
(Readers: - Help me fill in the blanks.)
(Pictures: - Picture 1 is of a student who volunteered to be model and Picture 2 is my friend Pravin, an expert (literal meaning of Pravin is Expert) in photography.)