The three girls I know
A story of a person whose life moves around 3 girls and they are his world.health and fitness Updated: Apr 03, 2010 16:49 IST
Sometimes I wonder how blessed I am and how to thank God for the same. With a bunch of friends surrounding me, I’m writing this for my ‘three girls’, who are very special in my life now — Soumya, Subbi and Jayashree. I should say I entered their lives for my happiness. All three are very different from each other; they are fun people, but yes, there’s one common factor in all three of them. They are all ‘fat’.
I don’t even remember how I met them, nor am I bothered. Soumya was a family friend. I guess it’s written in my destiny that I’d meet the other two and here I am, with them enjoying every moment.
Soumya is a girl who knows how to enjoy life, takes risks, and doesn’t fear getting scolded by her mom. Her slogan is: ‘No Stopping’. The other two cannot not be underestimated either. Subbi can be called the grandmother instead of granddaughter. She gets tired very quickly and gets irritated too.
Last but not the least, Jayashree. She is a bubbly, typical mom’s girl. She is a super fighter. My bond with them increased over time and now my days are incomplete if I fail to have a word with them. It’s a daily routine— we catch the same train and meet in the evenings, have fun, have junk food, especially on weekends… celebrate birthdays, trek, watch movies...
There are two things that are dear to us — the Grilled Cheese Sandwich from a shop at Matunga and the other, my birthday. These girls planned surprise for my birthday and it was awesome fun!
I am really happy to have them as my friends. I often pray to God that we should be in touch even after we all settle down in our respective careers and lives. Honestly, I don’t want the Saturdays and Sundays to end. And I hope these ‘three idiots’ get a pleasant surprise on reading this letter.