I landed on Friday evening and that’s when Shika told me that we have to attend a wedding party.
I was totally zapped…a wedding party? who’s party? Do I know them? etc..etc..!
Let me tell you about Shika, this guy was and is never serious in life. I guess he was never serious when he proposed me and hence today we are friends’ still but not a couple …lol! As usual his reaction was so what they all know you.
First I was a bit hesitant as me and Shika we are kind of dare devil in this matter but what about those whom I don’t know yet? But then I also thought who cares…am Shika’s guest and he is taking me so I was chilling out. I made sure Shika is carrying the gift.
We reached home had coffee and lots of goodies from India as Shika just made a trip to India and so he brought all sorts of unique sweets and snacks from Pune.
Dinner was not a issue as we got dressed up to go for the wedding party. They were Couple met via internet and now they got married – girl is from Kerala and the guy is from Chennai.
The moment I was introduced there after other formalities – the groom asked me where I completed my education and based on the University this guy just got freaked out and said now no one messes up with Dawn as she is from my University and then it was a history that I didn’t know these people.
“Nothing is more exciting and bonding in relationships than creating together” ~ Stephen R. Covey
In that event I met lot of new people – all jokers just like me – meaning carefree and having fun jokes and what not! I met this well built guy Puneet – a handsome charmer – girl’s go crazy for him this is what I heard from him. I don’t know when I was introduced to him and rest is history.
We became so good friends that night when we were leaving he was like – I am throwing a party for Dawn before she leaves to Toronto and he took me and Shika to Ethiopian restaurant – I still remember I loved the food.
That day I got a compliment from Puneet saying – I like your company because with you
there is no formality, one can talk openly and be friend without the thought one is guy and other is a gal.
“It is superstitious to put one’s hopes in formalities, but arrogant to refuse to submit to them.” ~ Blaise Pascal
Lately, I got busy at work and with my moving etc…I have to admit some of my do’s I have been not doing it 🙂 and this friend of mine called me just to remind that 🙂
“Sometimes you put walls up not to keep people out, but to see who cares enough to break them down.”
It was hilarious talking to him and we joked a lot and as usual I pulled his leg and finally he ends up the call by saying – ‘I like your company because with you there is no formality 🙂
He is very sweet – when he didn’t get any greetings for Independence day from me he got worried about me 😀
I still feel laughing about this event….but yes, friends do love no matter where you are, whether you are in touch with them on regular basis or not – but they do care which is most important of all
Three cheers to my friend Puneet
“A true friend is someone who thinks that you are a good egg even though he knows that you are slightly cracked” ~ Bernard Meltzer