Today’s photo prompt:
“To him that will, ways are not wanting.”
Ajit’s father’s oft repeated words were etched into his brain. His name, after all, was from Sanskrit meaning “unbeatable” serving as further proof of his father’s lifelong devotion to that mantra.
So, when Ajit’s wagon wheel came off while he lugged the foundation for his “wedding shed” toward home, he borrowed the closest vehicle he found to complete his cumbersome task. Putting his Engineering degree to good use, he was able to stack every brick on a commandeered bicycle and unsteadily crept homeward.
With his view mostly blocked, he didn’t notice his father gaining on him from behind.
“Well! What do we have here?”
His father’s commanding voice startled him and the delicate balance he’d been artfully managing, fell apart. Bricks littered the worn path as he fell face-first into the dirt!
The elder could not contain his laughter!
“Son, I’m certain you could have found a better way. Attempting to outsmart the basic rules of Physics leaves engineers with dirt on their faces every time. Remember that! “
[with edits, this took closer to 15 minutes]
5 thoughts on “Simply 6 Minutes- Fathers Know Best”
Hahaha! Poor guy was all focused and in his own head. The father scared the life out of him!
Reblogged this on Stine Writing and commented:
Susan’s silly story…smart characters!
(At least in this case, they do 🤣)
In India I have seen six, yes six people on a small mottorbike; even if four were young children, it still was an incredible balancing act!)
The cleverness of human beings is not recognized often enough. 😊