2 Years

It has been 2 years since I first met Shireesha and as the cliche’ goes, it feels like yesterday. It seems like I had just seen her, spoken to her and also spent a good amount of time about two important questions, in same order of importance. Should I marry? and if yes, is she the person with whom I would want to share a good amount of my life, going forward.

At that point of time, marriage seemed very strange to me. For one, I knew that it can never be a logical decision. And I would look strangely at anyone who claims it to be one. But that is besides the point.

I knew that it had to be instinctive and spontaneous. The first criteria was something which struck well when I spoke with Shireesha. The second one was something which got sorted out as I got to know her better, gradually.

But as I had told her once, there was this spark of brilliance (figuratively) which really made me say yes.

And I am happy to this day. Thanks to the people who said ‘yes’ with me and to all those people who didn’t. Everything was in place and the slightest disturbance would have upset things. Just like the butterfly effect.

To hell with theologists and logicians. My marriage is as illogical as it can be and I am ‘Lovin it.

Where is my paper?


One Response

  1. For how many years you will think that our marriage is illogical…When will you thank God for which he made your marriage logical though you are not able to figure it out.

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