“They didn’t agree on much. In fact they didn’t agree on anything, they fought all the time and challenged each other every day. But despite of their differences they had one thing in common they were crazy about each other”she read and smiled, it reminded her of her favorite duo- Arima and Ayaan.
They were finally together and no one in the world could be more happier than her, they completed each other in ways that could not be understood, it was then she knew what love was like, she had read books about it, books about fairy tale love and thought it was just fiction, something so powerful, so magical could just exist in books and stories; but Arima and Ayaan made all her conclusions go wrong, her theories failed. They had what people would call fairy tale love, what everyone longed and wished for, that could make people jealous, and now this is what she longed for and wished to have.
But world is not a wish granting factory she thought.
Her phone buzzed and she was woken up from her reverie. “Happy valentine’s day chimpanzee!” the voice on the other side said “I know you’ve been quite busy these days planning your sister’s wedding deciding what theme and all but let me remind you that there are people like me who miss their best friends, plus it is valentine’s day and I’m all alone, why do people have to celebrate all these days, what do we single people do and now even you have ditched me.” he whined and she laughed.
“Stop laughing, do you even know how bad I feel being alone on Valentine’s Day?”
“Tell me about it” she said and he laughed.
“Okay meet me at bistro in half an hour and let us celebrate singledom together. Okay?”
“Okay” she said.
“Bye chimpanzee” he said and before she could yell he disconnected.
Read the entire story on Half Baked Bean’s blog and let me know how it is! 🙂
You can catch up with the stories’ of the entire Valentines’ Week, written by my co-bloggers on the same blog page!