Life is a bit surprising ain't it? 13th Nov 2010 kindaa ordinary day....(I thought)
The alarm went off at 6:00 am and I somehow managed to take my head outaa the cosy quilt just to SMS my java sir that I won't be attending the tuition today.(LAZY SLEEPY PEOPLE) ;)
Pulled myself back in and slept off.
At about 8:00 am the land line phone rang...
No one was around so I had to again somehow manage to get up and I did.
hello hello hello...... no reply... I put the receiver down and went back to bed.
The phone rang again...
This time mom picked up... It was one our old neighbours from Jaipur. Uncle: Was that your daughter who attended the phone before? Mom: yes. Who's this? U: This is V from Jaipur. I just wanted her to talk more thats why I ddn't reply. She's got a sweet voice. Mom: Ohhh.. how are you ? Hows everyone at home? U: Everyone is fine. So how old is she? Mom: She's 19. U: what's she studying? Mom: she's doing he BCA final year. U: So what's her height? Mom: I think it is 5.3. But why so much of detailed inquiry? U: Well our J's son is 25 and they are looking for a girl for him. Mom: ohh okay..(in a dull tone) :P U: Can you send her foto via mail this is my firstname.lastname@example.org Mom: Well I'll ask Denzil and Priya about it and then would inform you because she's still studying and has not yet completed her graduation even.Lets see.. U: ok then do send the foto ok. my mum was too polite wasn't she? :P
The guy is none other than someone I've played with when I was a kid. Langotiyaa yaar :P:P
But it's quite interesting to get marriage proposals at the age of 19 :P
am glad that my parents took it in the right way and are gonna say a no next tym the call comes.
Above all....I nevaaa evaa thought this would happen to me one "fine" morning of November.
and am sure my frnds are gonna remind me of this till the end of my life ..the marriage proposal that actually got me shocked...
come on I don't wanna get married like this.. To someone with a good job and looks....
I know I dun need anyone else to find him I guess i got that capability to find him for myself :P
at the end of it...STILL the guys is an investment banker (cool job ha? :P) I guess looks good too :P I sacrifice him;)
You grow up listening to things like "it's just the infants and the kids who've got innocence...and we've lost it".
I myself had written some lines titled "lost childhood" long back. Whenever people around told me to be mature, responsible, "you're no more a kid" and many more such things I used to argue for hours. Well I always believed and said that being mature was like losing the innocence, the purity and all and all. Or may be it was just to shut the mouths of those who didn't like my "immature " ways.
When you know a person very closely...and start excusing their mistakes you find then being wanting to be free....free from the bondage of "maturity". Haven't you ever felt that someone close to you who you think is very mature, responsible...is actually bound by the pressures of the society? Many of their actions are because they're very much bothered about what others will think.
There's this friend of mine who I think is very mature and never says anything stupid in front of others or makes a fool out of herself. What I actually noticed is that she can't take criticism at all so she tries to do the best in every field...ain't this slavery actually?
Are you scared? Are you a slave of appreciation?
Mistakes are something only courageous people can do. I guess so. Immaturity is bliss! Don't be scared to tell the world that the way you approach the world is your way the best WaY!!!