Nov 4, 2011

I almost stopped blogging...

Yeah.. Almost!

The reason being simple... I decided to give Fair Guy a chance. I had feelings for him which as much as I denied myself, I couldn't control. I knew the repercussions if I intended to be go forward with him. Still I decided to take the chance. Decided to give love a chance instead of the buying and selling game of the the arranged marriages. Well, I must say it has been an interesting adventure so far. He has not let me down. As the days passed we started liking each other more. And I must say, I'm in love. It has been a great adventure so far. Everyone must try it. Not that it has been complete bliss and rosy . We had our ups and downs. But we emerged from all of it, more stronger.


Thus I wondered if there is any furthur need to my blog. Then I knew. I love this blogosphere. I love writing about myself so freely and truthfully. And I value all the advices my blog friends give me. I can take help from so many people, from so many different countries and varied cultures, who has a lot to offer with their vast experiences.


There is one more reason. I'm not yet married. I don't really know how my relationship with Fair Guy is going to culminate. My parents do not know of Fair Guy. They are continuing with their groom hunt (and with it the pennukannals also and the recent pennukannal was a bit too much for me that I'm going to share here in my next post).

So, this blog is to be continued. (Maybe I have to change the title, but what the hell! There can be an arranged Indian love marriage with a Hindu boy and a Christian girl!)



12 comments:

  1. I think you should marry Fair Guy and present your parents with a fait accompli. Take the decision completely out of their hands. Unless you show them you're in charge of you life they will try to control it.

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  2. @Mr. Bananas: Your suggestion is quite a bold one. I would like to see my parents face when/if I tell them.

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  3. good for you :p
    hope everything goes well between you and Fair Guy.

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  4. Glad you are enjoying your relationship with Fair Guy. Go for it girl! We're rooting for you!

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  5. Glad to see you are back! I can't wait to hear more about you and fair guy. Keep us posted on all of your new adventures :D

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  6. Friend, I've been WAITING for your next post! Yes, yes, please do give fair guy a fair chance. It's only fair no? :)



    I hope everything goes well!

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  8. So much so !! :P Your advice - "Everyone must try it." I was just thinking about it the other day.
    Love n Best Wishes again ! (I can feel affinity, a common ground between us :P )

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