We spend a lot of minor portions of our day waiting, which later on add up to become major parts of our life, which we spend, waiting. For cabs, for job opportunities, for food delivery, for meetings, for bad days to end, for love.
I spent many portions of many days of many summer breaks, waiting. Waiting for inspiration to strike me. Except this summer, it did.
I was sitting in the canteen of my office, waiting for lunch. Weary of making conversation with people on my first day there, I began to make a sketch on my phone. I did this every other day. This is what it looked like:
By Rhea Vakharia
Rhea Vakharia is a nineteen year old student from Mumbai. She is a closet artist, writer and self proclaimed “entertainer” on her personal Instagram. She enjoys napping, giving unsolicited life advice and searching for humour in the mundane. Follow her photography on @photosbyrhea10 on Instagram, also try searching for her personal Instagram if you want to amuse yourself.