Isn’t it true that college days are the best days of our lives? These days I have become very nostalgic about my college days, owing to the fact that I can’t meet even a single college friend of mine 😦
Yeah! this is what happens when you leave the country where you have tons of friends. Let me make this post as wordless as possible 🙂
This post is dedicated to all those people who made my life special in the last few years 🙂 All those hundreds of friends that I made during my college days. Dedicated to all the night outs that we did, all those movies we watched, all the restaurants where we hogged, all those exams we prepared together for, all those sleepless nights we called each other to keep ourselves awake or just standing outside and talking philosophical matters past midnight with a friend 🙂
With R and S, I set out to climb a mountain at 11 in the night. We went to a lake and chatted for hours together. Then the three of us, climbed the mountain at midnight, only to be caught by a cop. He had come all the way up since he saw some people on the mountain. We were damn scared to see a man there, since we were just 3 girls there. He warned us and left saying it was illegal to be on the mountain after 10 PM.
At 1 AM, we have gone to iHop and hogged on some delicious food along with coffee. Those were the days when we did night-outs. Once we spent most of the A4 size printer papers in making rockets and hitting each other with them. Those sleepless nights in the lab where we kept talking more than working, those weekends where we spent more time in coffee shops than working in labs. Miss the snow fight I had with A, S and R, where we kept hitting each other with snow balls.
Miss each and every person! Now that everyone is in a different city in a different part of the world, wish I could go back in time and just enjoy those days one more time.
I can give anything to walk along this path just once again
the place where I spent most of my time
Our midnight view of the city from the mountain