It was a day that started just like any other day, though for six year old Jyotiraditya it was declared a holiday because of the cold. Still, it was a rush filled morning, punctuated by a hurried breakfast and tapping to music played by the radio jockey amidst many ad jingles.
Sanand dropped me off at my office and he went to his office with Adi.
The usual practice when Adi has holidays is that he spends time in his father's office, does a bit of studies, plays games online and on the PSP and does coloring or drawing on sheets. Basically, he gets a free run.
This particular day, a retired High Court judge visited Sanand's new office and that is where he met six year old Jyotiraditya. You can imagine how funny that must have seemed to the eminent judge. He must have wondered what a six year old is doing at a law firm. But for the six year old, he was wondering what this person is doing in his father's office. So, this mutual 'admiration' committee struck up a conversation and they actually got along like a house on fire!
The gist is that the judge was very impressed after speaking with the little brat. He told my husband so and invited him to come home esp with Adi. This was a sure first!
Then a week later, he personally called up my father-in-law whom he knows very well and mentioned, "I met your grandson. Adi is such a smart boy."
Well, I was really happy that Adi conducted himself well without any 'prepping' from either of his parents.
Maybe we should let him become a lawyer instead of Spiderman. Jyotiraditya has decided to be the next Spiderman in real life - don't say I didn't warn you about it.