How does it feels when you grow up.Terrible.I would always love to be that 7 yr old kid of 1995 who always used to hold his mumma’s hand wherever she went.Offcourse I was a pampered kid throughout my life.Sometimes it would give me a feeling as if I were born with a silver spoon .Throughout my childhood my life has been comfortable and I’ve lived like a king. Last few years have been a great learning experience for me.Staying away from home has taught me great lessons.
Cribbling,Whining,Joking, Laughing,Smiling,Facebooking, Twittering and Flirting has been a constituent part of my last 2 years.By the time I turned 20,girls labelled me as the biggest ‘Flirtu’ ever.Thanks to the Sagitarian influence. By the time I turned 21, friends called me nerdy cause of my entrance exam preparations.By the time I turned 22, I became a serious working guy.By the time I turned 23, friends in Delhi tagged me as the Cribber,Crybaby and what not.Now that I have turned 24,I am back to my home.I am not the same Flirtu anymore.I am not the cribber nor I am the same workaholic who used to sit late night at office.
Today is my 24th birthday.Yey!!! This is the only day where my phone is busy and people flood it with numerous phone calls and texts .I’m all excited.Growing older doesn’t makes you feel old. It makes you responsible.As you near mid 20’s you should learn to handle things by your own and the dependency factor should not exist.You got to support your family and entertainment and fun will always come and go.Life has been fun throughout and I guess its big time to become serious.I have an unsatiable thirst for learning new things and probably I would be concentrating more on that front.I shall be hope for a big switch but that will take place only when the market situation has improved.Made and Met many new people last year and 2011 has been an awesome year till now.Returned home and I am here to stay.I’m not the same kid anymore.I am the MAN. 😉
Love to all my buddies out here.Asbah,Sandeep,Himanshu,Vinti,Dishita
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