Last weekend was a special delight for my family members. My elder cousin sis got married. It was a bit delayed one but what an occassion it turned out to be!! All our relations, many of whom werent in touch for decades turned out and we all had a blast of time. Those who had long standing family fights (like our good old KS Ravikumar movies) forgot their egoes for three days and WOW..it was Ammmmmmmaaaaaazzzzzinnnnnnnng. I met some of my cousins for the first time since they were born!! All of a sudden i was periappa/Chithappa/mama/machinan/Anna put together!!! Feels odd when i type this but when all those kids swarmed around me and were pestering for attention and ofcourse, an extra scoop of icecream :), WOW. Its a feeling very hard to put in words. My elder cousins son, in 2 days he became so dear that he simply refused to eat from anyone but me and his dad :) I had a tough time taking leave from them. How i wish the weekend went on and on. It was such a delight to see so many people and all of them related to me. I even found out a cousin who stays pretty close by to my place here in blore!! At times i feel jealous of my dad and mom imagining the kind of environment they grew up, with so many kids and relatives around. It must've been on helluva time. Even considering the emotional disturbances and ego clashes it brings along with it, i think the warmth and affection and the kind of exposure one gets far outweighs the negatives. I think thats where it presents a paradox in present day world. We need to have joint famililes but cant have them. But still even once in a while occasions like these which bring people together are nice. So makkalay, make sure u visit all your relatives functions and enjoy the little oppertunities of mingling with ur relatives. As they say,...aayiram thaan irunthalum..aayirathu onnu perusu..Huh..cudnt help that mokkai :)
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