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Me, in the States!

It's almost 5 months since I moved to States.
And just today I realized how I am still settling here!

In the beginning I thought it's not that different,
I still don't think there's any drastic change but there are little things.
Little things in everyday life that are so different.
The lifestyle, priorities, everything is different.

I do like it here, I feel free somehow.  Being on my own is one thing I always liked.
Plus I have also got good company here
(something I don't think I can live without.)
I feel lucky for that, 'coz it really made my life easy here.
Sometimes I wonder how would it be if I was all alone here, not knowing anyone at all.
Bit scary.
I am liking it here, loving it.  It's just a little hard adjusting to the study patterns and workloads,
and the always running, fast paced life.

I just wanna get used to it really soon, and do good in my study.
And make a good life for myself.!

I am thankful for

This week I am thankful for:
1: Going to gym regularly. (My body hurts, but feels good.)
2. Finishing some amount of course work (Though a lot is still to be done!)
3. Two night outs :-) (Though that put me behind in my study schedule)
4. Good grades. (Just assignments I am talking about)
5. Working part-time. (Money! Money!)
6. Less snow. (Compared to what it is here usually)
7. My new Red woolen cap. (It's so cozy and warm)
What are you thankful for?

Five years !!

It's so great to find that one special person you want to annoy for the rest of your life.   ~Rita Rudner

An anniversary is a time to celebrate  the joys of today,  the memories of yesterday,  and the hopes of tomorrow.
As we grow older together,  As we continue to change with age,  There is one thing that will never change. . .  I will always keep falling in love with you.

Would anyone love me?

“Do you ever wonder  whether people would like you more or less if they could see inside you?  …I always wonder about that. If people could see me the way I see myself —if they could live in my memories —would anyone, anyone, love me?” — John Green