Passion Follows

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I love to write… I buy tons of journals excited because they all begin blank than I slowly fill the pages with random thoughts, quotes and sayings. My passion for writing started when I was in 7th grade. English classes were great, but creative writing assignments made them better! I was more content with creative writing, rather than learning basic grammar rules. Slowly it turned out to be a hobby.

I’m an introvert person; I really don’t like to share my feelings with anyone. In fact I would love to write down my feelings rather than expressing it to any one. I write because sometimes I can’t talk to anyone maybe it’s because fear of judgment or just being left alone. I never knew I’d come to love writing as much as I do. Writing is like a best friend. My writing comforts me when I’m upset, & excites me when I think about certain people whom I cherish.

I would like to write short stories. Sometimes I have even been unsuccessful at my attempts. This will not stop my efforts to do so. I’ll just have to keep on trying. I now hope to have a professional writing career in the future. I want to turn my hobby into my career, overcoming my drawbacks.

Few months back, I wrote a short love story which I even shared with my friends. Reading it, they were very happy and insisted me upon making writing as my career. I love reading novels. I know I’m not the most perfect writer, and no one ever is. It takes time, but it’s worth the trials & triumphs. I want to see my self as a professional writer. And I really wish to see my name on the published book.

Chaos of Thoughts

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The feeling of having everything fall into place and fall apart at the same time.

The feeling of being too young and too old at the same time.

The feeling of having everything go right and wrong all at once.

You don’t know why you’re exhausted?

You’re fighting a war in your head every single day

 If that’s not exhausting then I don’t know what is.

 

A Letter to a Bride -to be Sis

Dear Didi,
The years have just flipped like the pages in a book and here we have our life turned completely upside down.Even though it still feels like a moment of two or three days but surely it holds much more to it. I still remember the time when this marriage proposal came walking towards you. You were so excited and at the same time nervous too. For us, the feelings were mutual. There were differences in our thought but nothings bad that end well. And here we are there beside you, supporting you and there for you always. That’s what sisters are for? Right. I still remember the time we were small and I being the youngest had all the perks of it. The time when I use to persuade our aunt that I’m not feeling well and she use to convince you to do my homework. Remember, how much pissed off you use to get on me?haha. Our  All those memories are safe in our heart. From playing Ghar Ghar, draping mom’s dupatta as a saree, studying together to holding each other’s secrets. But now is the time when your life is going to change completely. A new place, a new family, new traditions and a new life. We can understand the pressure upon you and believe me someday or the other, every girl has to go through this strain. It is astonishing how a girl molds herself in her new life. A girl who never thought about the time has now become responsible and puts her family first in making any decision for her. I can’t imagine what feelings you must be going through at this particular moment but I just want you to know, we are here for you now and forever. You might go distance apart from us but our hearts are and always will be connected to one another.Your Notorious Sis,

Vrushu

 “The Village” 

           

It was my 21st birthday morning when the knock on the door woke me up. Lazily I opened the door. To my surprise, my best buddies were already at the door to wish me happy birthday. Not many but I have a few valuable friends in my life- Riya, Kavya, Rahul, Dale and Rohan. We are together from our kindergarten and over these years our friendship has grown even stronger. They had got few balloons and a lovely bouquet of my favorite flowers. That was really very sweet of them. It was a sweet and memorable birthday morning. 
                                     
We all decided to go out for lunch. Soon we got ready and left for our lunch party. We headed to the Raghuleela mall which is located in Khandivli. In Raghuleela mall, there is a restaurant called “The Village” since it has a theme of a village. I had heard a lot about it but never had visited it. As we entered, we saw a guy sitting like a munim (the accountant of a shop). He inquired us about the number of people for the visit and we had to pay for our meal then and there.
                                      
Further as we moved in, we saw a guy in dhoti with a transistor and he stamped our hands.The stamp was in circle with a VK letters in the centre. We got mango drink as our welcome drink. It looked like a total village fair. There were many elements which drove our attention such as village saloon shop, potter shop, post office etc. We then took our table which gave a feel of a local village dhaba. There were ladies dressed in traditional outfit serving food to all the guests. Some traditional Indian songs were being played in the background.

We were first served with the starters like Dhokla, Cutlets, matar potli. It all smelled and looked so delicious and mouthwatering. We were so hungry that we decided to jump up to the main course. I had taken mix veg. Dal, Pulav, Chole and Chapati. My friends tried Pav bhaji and Masala dosa etc. All the dishes tasted yummy. But the star attraction at that place was the entertainment. They played a puppet show which was funny and cute. There were options like Mehendi, bangles shop.
   
The place is surrounded by a banyan tree which houses a jyotish (a tarot card reader) and a jeweller’s shop. The shop contained traditional Indian jewellery. There were tables, cots and chairs everywhere. There were no reserved tables so we could move around anywhere we want to and sit wherever we wish to. We also tasted the Chaat at the Chaat counter. 

                                               
There was a broken truck in which we sat and click some amazing snaps to capture the moment. For desserts, there were Gulab jamun, Vanilla ice-cream and even Jalebis. My friends had got a birthday cake for me. As they had informed the management about it, they even played a “Happy Birthday Song” when I cut the cake. It was a special day for me and also a wonderful experience. 

An Escape From Reality…!!!

Hello, Goodmorning Peeps!

Who all feel to have a life on your terms without the unwanted interference? Quite a direct question but the answer to this question will have a deep impact on your life.

I’m sure we all want a life where no one has the right to dictate us what to do, how to do it, and when to do it.That’s what we all want, right? And the truth is that writing can afford us such freedoms and luxuries. So why not try your hands on it?

It feels great for finally having an open forum to put down my thoughts. Over the years, I expressed my feelings to someone who was loyal enough that still hold all my stories and emotions hidden in it. Before you make any guesses let me tell you, my treasure box who holds so much inside it – my personal Diary. Yes! I can truly say my personal diary is my secret keeper.

At the tender age of 13, I became keen to write about each and every moment of my life. And it is so wonderful to relive those memories through my diary now. At a certain point in Life, we all have some or the other memories stored inside it. The most amazing thing about personal diary is that it is a very good listener. It might not give you any advice or help you find a solution but still having it with you will make you feel good because, at times we all need, is an ear to our problems.

 As we all know that a true friend is always there beside you for your good as well as bad times, comforts you when you are low and grasps your thoughts when you’re flooded with them. That’s exactly what your diary does.

You can share your joy as well as cry out your pain with it and all it will do is listen to you very carefully. There is also a different comfort zone because every time you express your emotions, it will make you feel peaceful inside out. It is the best companion you can have with you.

Writing is an expression. You open your heart on a piece of paper and express it through words. It’s like having our whole life kept safely inside a treasure box that everyone is excited to open but only you have an access to it. (Unless someone accidently or purposely reads it down.)

That’s all for today. Stay tuned for more wordy thoughts


 Ps: Excuse if any blunder or errors since this is my first blog