It's the little things that counts!

Wow, it's almost June already. Where did all our time go? Before you know it, we'll be graduating! Scary isn't it? You know, the whole notion of growing up?


HELLO ALL MY BEAUTIFUL READERS! (If you guys still read it that is!)

I guess I haven't been blogging because I'm

a) really lazy
b) I like to make every blog post special!
c) Twitter. Nuff' said.

Well, my last blogpost was obviously a very depressed one. So let's recap what happened since then?

I remember it was my first week of college. Not exactly the most pleasant experience since I just had my PD trip with the most amazing bunch of people in the world. It was kinda heartbreaking to be starting college while mostly everyone else was still free. Didn't help that my college is 36km away from home. Pretty sad birthday too. No familiar faces at all in college.

Then Friday, after a pretty shitty day in college I texted Arjun telling him I was depressed as hell. He said he was googling places to go for dinner with the Joes. Perculiar, I thought, since who really googles places to eat? Then he said he'd buy me a round of beer at a place called Tavern and pick me up at 7pm 8pm ish.

I felt something wasn't right since no one ever picks me up! So I got ready around that time. It didn't seem right though since it was so quiet and Fabi's car was parked outside my area. I was too depressed to think of anything.

Then the boys picked me and brought me to Lookout Point. I was like "This isn't Tavern?"


So basically this was my reaction. Thanks Eric and Rais.

I think I almost teared when I saw everyone there. Like, almost everyone I knew and was close to was there. My mum, my brothers, my neighbours and all. Even my church buddies! I felt like the luckiest person ever at that point.

I still remember saying to Arjun "Where's my beer?" and he just laughed it off.

It was such a great night. I didn't eat that much, still overwhelmed by the immense amount of shock from it all. Did I mention this is the 3rd time in the row yet I was still oblivious to it? I guess that night was a night that I reassured me that I have the most amazing and special group of friends on the face of this planet.

Now, who could honestly say that they're friends did this, let alone 3 times? I'm so thankful to God that I got to grow up with them. Without them, I couldn't be who I am today.

After most of them went home, it was just Eric, Arjun and me left. We kinda just sat there, close to midnight, just reminiscing and reflecting on how life was, and will be. Kinda made me emo of the fact that everyone is growing up. Taking different paths in life.

Will we still be this close 10 years from now? Without a single doubt in my heart.

A quote that I wholeheartedly agree with!

"Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional."

Bob Monkhouse

Love you guys to bits!