Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Pardon me, Subbu Sir,
Shri Subbu Sir seems to have erred for once : Subbu Sir in Chat n Chat column at 11.25 on 12-10-15 : I fully understand CHM (shouldn't it be SN?) for the first time. His well wishes for an employed d in law (daughter) and unemployed (under employed) son is in tune with virtual reality. We pensioners depend more on the grace of a d in law (daughter) than on son (son in law). Words in the brackets are of SN.
Mrs and Mr. X were overwhelmed with joy when they got a D-in-L, employed in a PSB, thirty five years ago.Two grand children employed in IT in silicon city. Mom still in service.
Shri Subbu Sir's remarks may be more or equally appropriate to an AOP, ex.LRO, योगक्षेमं वहाम्यहम्” and to Mrs and Mr. X. Touch wood.
Good day. Good bye.