It seems like I missed the chance of getting to know you better but truth be told, you were a beautiful person, always there to lend a hand when anyone needed it and to shower your friends with encouraging words of hope. 
Thank you for the time we spent getting to know each other back when we first met. I am very sorry for not remembering the details but one thing is for sure, you had a very beautiful smile and a heart.
Rest in peace my friend.

If you want to call it that. But it is a very specific sort of magic. There’s a magic you take from death. Something leaves the world, something else comes into it.” 
― Neil Gaiman, The Graveyard Book

It seems like I missed the chance of getting to know you better but truth be told, you were a beautiful person, always there to lend a hand when anyone needed it and to shower your friends with encouraging words of hope. 

Thank you for the time we spent getting to know each other back when we first met. I am very sorry for not remembering the details but one thing is for sure, you had a very beautiful smile and a heart.

Rest in peace my friend.

If you want to call it that. But it is a very specific sort of magic. There’s a magic you take from death. Something leaves the world, something else comes into it.” 

― Neil GaimanThe Graveyard Book

Timid Time & Me

It’s very frightening knowing that the last few days of the sun is about to be over. Summer is bidding goodbye and fall is beckoning excitedly. It’s almost as if all that time was not enough for me to rest and recover. I am glad though that things are as they are. The loved one is back and it’s entertaining how happy I find myself because of that. Friendships are growing, with many things to look forward to. 

This new job is a lot to take in but perhaps with some grit, charm and smiles, all will go well. I mean, patience and care goes a long way in this job too:) 

These damn standardized exams are a lot to study for, especially with school and it’s fair share as well as work and of course, life. Life with its random surprises and mundane happenings does have it’s own way of making things go loop-de-loop. 

With the new room all fancied up, I hear a sigh of relief within me. The worry is still there, but with hope and prayers, they will go away I am sure. “Trust me”, he said and I so will. 

We both will be tremendously busy, but the time spent will be precious and the little bits of it will go a long long way. To greater heights we will soar :)