I am impressed

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Memoir  |  House: Booksie Classic

impressive :)

 

Its been five months and half that I have been transferred to this faculty. But still I have not found any single that I would like to listen to or share mine. All political and studious head. I am quite different . I have a small circle of friend in my previous faculty. I visit them frequently.

Three days before, I  met Preeti and Shamvabi in K.U gate right after my class. I was heading towards my hostel. Whenever I see them I feel like thank god u guys are still my friend. We are fun lovers, loves laughing, making  jokes  even I bow down my head in front of her accusing that I am her sister in law. Preeti is very cool girl that I have ever met in my life. Both of them came to drop me to the hostel as well. On our way, we ate happy dent. I was about to through the wrapper on the road. Then she caught my hand. I looked at her with surprise. She noded her head and said “no”. I was amazed more when she kept the wrapper inside her bag. That time I was thinking what a silly thing. We reached my hostel. They stayed for a while and went back to theirs.

I had a wrapper of a toffee in my hand. I was about to throw it from my window. I usually throw such small wrapper from my window as my window is facing backyard . but today I remembered her nodding face and I couldn’t . besides being an executive member of red cross, I found that she has actual true feelings towards environment. If we all think her way, it cannot be that hard for us to make our environment healthy. I am impressed. She has done her bit now I would like to do mine.


Submitted: November 08, 2011

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