Sunday, November 19, 2006

Thankyou Wilson

My brother stopped at a traffic signal,after hurriedly talking for a min in the phone he tried to drop the phone back into his jacket,well,it landed up on the road,and he rushed off on his bike.He had a meeting and he realized only after 6hrs that he lost his favorite samsung mobile on which he spend more than 20,000Rs.
He tried calling at his own number but it says "phone currently switched off"{ and we lost al the hope of finding it,why will anyone switch it on,they must have already removed the sim and using the phone {we all love to generalize or believe that everyone is a fraud out there}
and one last attempt and voila,......the phone is ringing and Wilson picks up the call,he was crossing the road and saw my brother dropping the phone,he tried yelling but the sound got lost in the car honking and bus horns,he was about to take it to the nearest police station after his work but thought of switching it on which accidentally got switched off when it fell on the road .
He gives the complete address but we couldn go to his house on the same day,Next day mom suggested a gift,and bro went there,Wilson refused to take the gift,but then bro insisted to open the gift wrapper and then accept or reject it,and he accepted the little holycross made of glass and took bro to his elder brother's restaurant,they both had good food and nice chat and decided to keep in touch and mom invited him for lunch coming Sunday.Welcome to our family wilson, now you are a friend:) and Thank you.


She is back:) the one who introduced me to the world of blogging and the one who got married exactly one year before me and then quit blogging and my last post made her rethink and now she is back here at Saffron skies.My best friend is back to blogging:)


"eek din fursat mein thaamein haath hamare
le gayi uss dagar pe jahaan rehti hai bahaaren
chal diye ham bhi ghar se ke kuchh befikar se,dil tha apne bharose ham the dil ke sahaare
raah mein mod aaya roshani ho gayi kam
bewajah lag rahi thi jab talaash hamari ,ek khushboo uthi aur rutt badal gayi saari
saamne toh khade the faila ke baahen "
From the movie Zindagi rocks.
All my life i lived in an independent house filled with plants trees and creepers and flowers,the house is surrounded with greenery and the flowers always greeted in one or the other corner.but now,here in our flat i just don't see a hint of greenery,except for the lone Tulasi plant in the tinyweeny balcony,and i said enough is enough.One fine evening Called up hubby to come home fast and early if he wants to have a sane life and he rushed home and we hurried to Tulasi nursery at NMDC and Hurrrrrrrrraaaaaaaayyyyyy,i have all in all 5 pots of indoor plants which i can keep in the hall and i am so glad i did so,and now i am going to buy a few more,i will takecare of them,i will,i will ,i will:)

Me:Shadi se pehle you always sounded so sweet and were always willing to say Yes to whatever i said or asked for,but now it is always a NO,huh,you dont love me anymore:(
Sri:Shadi se pehle i was expecting a wife and i used to accept it as a gods gift and said "Yes" and now i realized i got a dictator and Teacher rather than a wife,so i keep saying "No" always;p
Huh,men!!!!!

mujhe mat roko,mujhe yaar ke ghar jaane do,main hoon parwana
mujhe shamma pe mit jaane do,,usko pana hi meri zindagi ka maksat hain
agar woh milta hai mujhe marke toh mar jaane domujhe mat roko
dil ki aankhon ne meri apana sanam dekh liya,ab isi dar pe mere dam ko nikal jaane do
mujhe mat roko,mujhe yaar ke ghar jaane do

From the movie Gangster.

Have a wonderful week ahead guys,Zindagi rocks for sure:)

12 comments:

Tulan said...

there are still many nice people out there. It is always a good way to find these kind of friends in our timeline of life since they proved to the best compared to many old ones. take care aalapana.

Anonymous said...

well..its always nice to make new friends..esp. people who r true to their hearts..like Mr. Wilson

and the last couplet was too much for me...i ve heard the song...but reading the lines made me feel..well..speechless!!

Ashish
www.coherentrambling.blogspot.com

Arunima said...

I always wished for a home with a lot of greenery but never had one.

Nice to read such a happy post.

Anonymous said...

Thanks to Wilson..I just hope there were more of "Wilsons"...your bro is a lucky guy! :) :)
Oh yes..Neelu another topic for us to discuss..hubbies surely retaliate to chotu chotu tasks LOL ...and I had always admired the greenery at your place...and now I'm maintaining a mini garden in my balcony :)
And ya..nice to get back to blogging..shall post shortly
Have a great week
Take care..(hugs)
Hey..let's meet up this week :)
Pratima

Tulan said...

Oh I almost forgot to read the last paragraph properly. That was really funny. Sri nice answer. I will try to use that on my wife someday when she says that

Gangadhar said...

Rare to find people like Wilson! he's just sweet.
And me always love the convos between you and sri..haha..keep them coming,Alaps.

take care

mommyof2 said...

That was so nice of Wilson & ur mom is very thoughtful..

lol@ dictator conversation.

Dreamcatcher said...

Your brother was so lucky Neels :( I wasn't.

Stone said...

:-)

ishita said...

wow...! wish there were more "wilsons" arnd...all hope is not lost!:)

glad ur fren got back to blogging:)...congrats...!

how r the plants doin:)...

amrit said...

zindagi rocks...

Hirdu said...

hmmmm... :)

 

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