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Drifting apart

india Updated: Apr 25, 2010 15:37 IST
Heena Parmar

Hey, what should I do? Should I study electronics or math?” That’s what I’d ask her curiously and she would calmly say, “Study the subject you hate the most, first”. She is my soul mate, my well wisher. She is everything to me and also my sister. We share everything with each other, whatever it may be. She is a 25-year-old established dietician, and I am an aspiring engineer, studying in my second year.

After work when we meet at home, after a long day and busy hours, we end up talking about all those stupid things that happened through the day. We talk like eight year old girls and gossip and chat till late into the night.But suddenly we both have realised that life won’t always be the same. She is engaged and will soon be moving to Australia, leaving all these memories behind with me.

New beginning
We were both in tears and started cursing and questioning why girls are expected to leave their near and dear ones once they get married. I will miss my sister a lot and I just pray to God to give us enough strength so that we both can bear the pain of our separation.