A Walk To Remember

Finally the moment everyone was waiting for had finally arrived. The main attraction of the evening, a walk on the famous Marine Drive, especially while gazing at the evening city lights which reflected like stars on the ground was finally emerging as a dream come true for everyone.

But it wasn’t just the walk or even the lights that was important than being with the people who mattered a great deal in life at that moment. The humid climate of May was a hindrance on evening’s stroll, yet everyone in the group were contented to be together. The sound of sea crashing over the rocks, creating a beautiful piece of music and the gentle breeze trying to cool the climate, giving a relaxed feeling, was just heavenly. The flashes of camera, helping to capture those moments of bliss was crucial piece for the group. The sounds of laughter and hushed conversations, made the evening more lively.

Though the group were there for more than 2 hours relaxing, they had to face the ugly truth – it was time to go back home. As Nelly Furtado said, ‘All good things come to an end.‘ the group started their last part of the evening – the walk back. To say the evening was amazing would be an understatement. The joyous face of each person indicated that the evening had gone much better than expected, even though they felt that time had flew away at lightning speed.

Some day while they look back at their life, this evening of joy, blissfulness, love and so many small things would make them remember what happiness is truly about. Though this will be one of the distant memory, it will be one of the most cherished one in each and everyone’s heart.

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