Memories (Part II)

Bleaaaargh. What a dull title.

Oh no! Anyway Blank Template - Imgflip
Me naming my posts and realizing that the names are unimaginative af.

I happened to be foraging through Netflix for a movie to watch yesterday and I came upon the much beloved title of Om Shanti Om.

I gasped and once I had overcome my shock, I screemed in exhilaration. (melodramatic much, woman?) I was very very Very happy to see that Netflix had Om Shanti Om because guess what? It happens to be to first movie I ever watched! *grumbles aside* And it doesn’t matter that I’ve already watched it an uncountable number of times, it will always be charming and hilarious *pitch starts to get higher* and romantic and AHHHHH everything that I love.

When I saw the movie poster, the first thing I did was contact my bestie of 16 years and ask her if she wanted to watch it with me. She was there when I first saw it and it happened to be her first movie too.

And then I had a feeling akin to a spiritual revelation *cue angelic music* and nostalgia flooded me in a wave.

I dunno, it’s a kinda weird feeling but, sometimes, I can literally feel my heart bursting with joy. Do you guys ever feel that? I felt so happy that I almost cried (forgive this overly emotional drama queen). I still have the strongest bond with my best friend; it has withstood the passage of time and space.

And no matter what struggles I had to face in the middle, no matter how difficult it was to have real friends, no matter how hard it was to be happy sometimes, I made it. I have so many amazing people around me that care for me. I know so many people with similar interests, I’ve met so many bookaholics like me! Hecc, I’ve even made friends here on WordPress. I love all of you guys <3, y’all are the best.

I think it’s important to give a lot of importance to our relationships, ya now? Because without them, what do we have, really?

From ‘Pollyanna’, by Eleanor H. Porter

So if any of you ever feel like you need someone to talk to, I’m here for you :)).

Peace out my dudes.


12 thoughts on “Memories (Part II)

  1. I have never seen Om Shanti Om, but after reading this, I’m going to check it out, haha. I’m into reincarnation and romantic comedies 😎😂💜 I also get that overwhelming, about to tear up happy feeling too sometimes.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. I remember watching Om Shanti Om… It’s cheesy but yeah it holds a special place to haven’t watched it recently but I might again for the Memories 😂

    And I think titles are the hardest thing to come up with for blogs 🤣🤣🤣

    ~B

    Liked by 3 people

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s