Little Dreams of me…Again…

I am having those little dreams of me again…day dreaming, and real dreaming and wishful dreaming. But I’m dreaming again. It has been a while. *Sigh*

Everything was kind of hazy, making it difficult to picture myself in the future. But now I can.

But the problem is, I have no clue what to do to get there. Just praying. I’m dreaming and praying.

If only things depended on just me. 🙂 But they don’t.

The pictures are there. Crystal clear. The path is not. 😦

Despite all that, I’m happy.

I’m having little dreams of me again. 🙂

Window Shopping!

Who says you can’t shop when you are a bit tight on money? 😛 Who says you can’t go shopping, even if you have nothing to buy? 😛

Window Shopping can be just as interesting as actually spending money on stuffs. No. Wait. Spending money is way more fun, granted, but window shopping is great too. I find it really fun to roam about, just looking at things, specially at Port-Louis. I can spend hours, doing just that. Rue La Corderie, Rue Desforges, Rue Pagoda, Rue Royale, Caudan, and the numerous ruelles in the city.

Window shopping also helps me in a number of ways too:

  • to stay up-to-date about the latest fashion. Even if I’m not necessarily going to adapt it, I like to be in the know. *-*
  • the prices: prices keep going up and it is good to know where to get the best deal!
  • the secret shops: I know just the place where to get this and that! 😉
  • to unwind. It takes my mind off things. Every now and then, when I am having that kind of day, I would go window shopping, even if for just fifteen minutes. I always feel refreshed…
  • to kill time: there are Saturdays when I have absolutely nothing to do…

I am not too sure about the guys, but I can be quite sure that most girls will agree with me! 😉 And the week-end is here. The end of the month too. But if you have not got paid yet, go have some fun browsing those shops! :-p

Friendship as you get Older

Well, I have just been wondering about making new friends as we get older. I find it pretty hard. Or may be hard is not the right word. In that case, I don’t really know which word to use. But, it is not the same as when I was in my teens.

I find that I’m more choosy or just not willing. Don’t get me wrong. I can talk comfortably with just anyone, even have a nice conversation. And I absolutely don’t mind meeting new people at all. But it is difficult to take them in quickly, as it was the case some years ago…

And I am wondering if it is related with age? Like, when you are still just a student, you look for these people you can trust and feel good with and you try to keep them for life. You have found a comfort zone and you don’t want to go beyond that? Because these people have been with you through thick and thin already. What more can you ask for?

Or are the new encounters just fleeting ones? Like, you think to yourself, that it is just not worth it? Tomorrow, you ain’t going to meet that person again, so why bother? If you were younger, perhaps you would have asked for that person’s IM or phone number? Now, it doesn’t matter.

Taking an instant liking to someone or having a strong urge to make someone your friend, I think, it fades with time. You become more cautious. I’m not sure. I’m still thinking. Maybe, it is not the general case. Maybe it is just me. *-*