Super surprise from a childhood friend

Wow what a day man, the day befor yesterday (4th July) was with no food the day through out was exhausting attending the Vandemataram foundation meetings (I am their web advisor) helping them redesign their website (http://vandemataramfoundation.com) their earlier site (http://vandemataramfoundation.in) went offline due to financials. Now after all that had to rush to niloufer hospital where anther organisation i work with Sahayog Bharathi (http://sahayogbharathi.blogspot.com/) had a problem with their help desk (beaurocratic hassles in a Govt Hospital) so had to run there to talk to the Hospital superintendent.

And at the end of the day it was raining (man the weather was beautiful) and i was dying of hunger i was about to move out of the office and my mobile came alive, with a restricted number (meaning call from abroad) and some female voice says can I talk to veeraiah chowdhary, I was thinking who this was and then it struck me that two days ago mom told me that our neighbours in our village Kavita and boby their mom came and met her.It was a wild guess but sure in heart I said holding my cold nose and cough with a low voice Kavita and she was thrilled.

And then we talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked talked…. .. . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . . for 2 hourse man thats what they call is nostalgia.

Happy and on a hangover went to sri’s place and and logged into see her how she is after so long. Now she sent me an orkut invitation and saw her she is same old girl and as she was.

2 thoughts on “Super surprise from a childhood friend

  1. Deepa

    Thats a lot of talking…this reminds me of an old tamil movie called “Sabapathi”. Its about this naughty Guy in school and his stupid servant, both named Sabapathi.

    In school one day, the teacher askes them to write an 18 pages essay. This guy’s essay goes like this:

    ——-
    We started from in the Tuticorin express and we went ‘chiku buku, chiku buku’ for the next 18 pages with an occasional ‘Hoot Hoooooo’
    ——-

    LOL…havent read the blog completely yet…that talking parah just struck my eyes ;P

    Dee

    PS: Will post again after reading ur blog.

  2. Deepa

    Veeru!

    I can totally relate with you, meeting long lost friends is exhilarating for sure. Am still looking for a lot of friends I have lost with the brunt of time. One especially called Elavarasi…hope I bumo into her some day. Lucky you and you friend Kavitha, could catch up 😉

    Dee

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