I know the title of this article probably doesn’t really link with what I’m going to write but this is relatable to what was shared yesterday. Of the talk with Zak and Izzah, on a lazy Sunday. As we lied down on the bed staring at the ceiling, hearing each other stories, confessions and dreams, seeing each one of us fought and choked in tears at the same time, hugging and wrapping our arms around as we sought comfort, basked in the silence and sounds of melancholy surrounding the room. Then, laughing everything off.
On a side note, it was a blissful weekend. As I got to witness one of my beautiful friend tied the knot. Emotional too, as I realized how meaningful the day is for her and the rest of us. We’ve watched each other grow up and went through different phases in our life for 14 years. The day definitely strengthen the friendship more among the six of us. And deep down, we know how special this friendship is. More great times to come, if God’s Willing.
1. Expect her to do her own thing often and without letting you know, at least at first. It’s not that you don’t matter; it’s just that she’s learned to love doing what she wants, when she wants, and without asking permission or informing anyone.
2. She’ll probably want to take things slowly because she’ll not be used to all the attention. Don’t think she doesn’t like you enough, she probably likes you a lot; it’s just all new to her.
3. Expect her friends to be overprotective of her and to be suspicious of you at first. They’re not used to her being with someone and they’ll want to make sure you’re the kind of guy who will treat her well.
4. She’ll have a hard time letting you do things for her. Try not to take this personally. She’s just used to taking care of herself and it’ll…
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