53 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday:The problem of Choice”

    1. Thank you so much, Tish 🙂

      So nice to see that you liked this image 🙂

      She is my daughter and was actually not aware of being photographed, she was totally lost seeing those colourful stuffed toys 🙂

      Have a beautiful day ahead 🙂

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    1. Yes Mabel, she selected one of the monkey toy only, but a yellow one 🙂

      She is fond of monkeys and doesn’t much care about the size of other toys 🙂

      I think, the thought process of kids is straight forward and they are relatively less effected by the abundance of options…

      Thank you so much for your visit, as always, and have a beautiful day ahead 🙂

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  1. Wish I could be that age, when that was the only problem of choice 🙂
    Super cute photo, and perfect timing. She seems oblivious to the camera which makes for the best clicks I think. Is she family or just a stranger ?

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    1. Yes Sweta, you are absolutely right, the age of innocence 🙂

      She is my daughter, and we were on a nice little trip to ‘Commercial street’ in Bangalore 🙂

      Thank you so much for your visit and kind words 🙂

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      1. Agh – I see! And I think we see that with the head tilt – but she also might have been assessing plushness and softness of material -Ike maybe thinking “if I cuddle with this one will that fur last dozens of hugs?” Just kidding – and love her pink buttons 💕

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    1. It was kind of wonderland for my daughter 🙂

      And for me, with a camera in hand, a very nice photographic opportunity 🙂

      Thank you so much for stopping by, Indah 🙂

      Have a beautiful day ahead 🙂

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    1. Absolutely, Alok 🙂

      Parenting is really a tough job and it requires a lot of time and effort to mould a kid’s character…

      To let our kids know about optimal consumption is also very important for a better and sustainable world 🙂

      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and have a beautiful day 🙂

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    1. Yea, reading a girl’s mind is the toughest thing in the world 🙂

      But at least now, I am able to read my daughter’s mind 🙂

      She is particular about only colour and size doesn’t matter, that’s a great relief to our wallet 🙂

      Thank you so much, Sue, for stopping by and your kind words, have a beautiful day ahead 🙂

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    1. It was easy for a kid with all these options around, but I am sure, it’s really going to be a big time confusion for an adult 🙂

      Yea, our Sustainable tourism initiative is coming up well and I am really enjoying it 🙂

      Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your kind words 🙂

      Have a beautiful day ahead 🙂

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    1. Yes, Indeed 🙂

      She really like stuffed toys and was particular about only the colour, so selection was easy for us and we didn’t have to worry about the price also 🙂

      Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your comments…

      Have a beautiful day ahead 🙂

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  2. What a perfect illustration of how tough choice can be sometimes. It brought back a memory from six decades ago of my lingering so long over the seldom-given permission to choose a sweet from a store that my father gave up in frustration and pulled me away. Your lovely daughter so perfectly captures the difficulty of making choices, but she seems more able to safely dream of the wonderful possibilities of each before making her choice.

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    1. Dear Linda, it feels so nice, to see that, this image could bring back some fond memories of your childhood, 🙂

      Yea, even my daughter was a bit confused but content with what I bought for her 🙂

      She is not bothered about the size and features about her toys, but only the ‘Colour’ 🙂

      That makes our decision making easy 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much for your visit and kind words 🙂

      Your visit helped me to find your interesting blog and looking forward to read many more interesting stories from Rural America 🙂

      Have a beautiful day ahead 🙂

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