Thursday, 4 October 2012

Wedding calls

*I must warn you this post is super cheesy!! :)



Well, one of my best friends called me up and told me that her wedding date is decided. I shrieked with excitement and lost count of the “Congratulations, so happy for you" and the kinds of it. I, so wanted to hug her and share the moment with her. With a deep breath, a sigh and of course, with promises to see each other on her wedding day we said goodbye. And what followed was a dreamy silence, my heart ever so mellow.

I have heard people say that “True love is like a ghost, many have heard about it but few have experienced it” and I guess I am among the ones who have heard of it or maybe, just maybe I am beginning to experience it (ahem)!! My friend, however are the lucky ones who have experienced it throughout her life. The few people who make me believe that true love does exist still, that you can love one person for your entire life, that high school sweetheart can become your life partner in real life, that love can still conquer distance, time and busy schedules. It is just so beautiful, so pure.

Every girl dreams of the perfect wedding since her childhood, ever since the times that we marry our dolls and give them away just coz they are married. It’s the truth. Every girl is worried if an untimely pimple will ruin our looks on our wedding day or if the dress will not match the make-up and every other significant detail we can think of. C’mon, its not every day that we get to be the bride!! Imagine all those people dressed up just for you, the music, the rituals, the decorations and everything else….just for you, for just a day of your life. How special is that!! Of course, we dream of the perfect wedding, the perfect place, the cards, the gifts, the guests, the food, the dress, the make –up and everything else perfect and we do realize that what is really important is the one for whom we are bounded for a lifetime, for him to understand how much all these means to us. I have never quite pictured myself there but I guess it will be overwhelming yet sad, knowing that there is this person who will stand by you for the rest of your life and bidding goodbye to a place whom you’ve called “home” throughout this years.


So with all these thoughts in mind, I wish the soon-to-be-wedded couple keep falling in love with each other over and over again while I begin my hunt for the perfect dress as I get to play the part of the bride’s friend.  <wink>


8 comments:

  1. congratulations.....
    so u gonna be the CHIEF BRIDESMAID....??

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    1. Hehehe....sort of!! Looking forward to it :):)

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  2. Tina Mina..... Much matured by then, always remembered SEVEN STAGES OF LIFE the latest version of Valentina Laitonjam other than the one of SHAKESPEARE's old version for MAN.

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    1. Dhane ji!! U said it!! Well, mine is more dramatic!! lol

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  3. Rabikumar Meitram5 October 2012 at 10:13

    mind just click your line- before the bell strike 30 ! so it started .. .

    Nyway that high school things do still exist n is fab n rocking !

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    1. Rabi, I guess the high school thing strike a chord in you, is it? ;)

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  4. lol..talk abt cheesy...ahm ahm :P Marriage is just a broad thick line in one's life telling - u've lived half of your life now! :P

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    1. Seriously, I better stretch my first half for as long as I can!! hihihihi :D

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