Today was surreal.
It feels as if time became a flat piece of land, and I fell into a gap on the ground and stayed there for awhile.
It was only a few hours ago that I was taking a national exam, and the next hour found me on a train ride with an old pal of mine. A really old pal. (We’ve been friends for almost 9 years now!)
It feels as if my busy life had come to a complete standstill. For just those precious few, glorious hours, where we caught up with the time gap since I last saw her. It’s almost the same feeling as taking a long walk along the beach, or flying a plane across the ocean, or lying down on a large field looking at the stars above you. Today felt like one of those days.
And it’s times like these that I really thank God for providing me with friends, because friends are like shooting stars. It’s only when you get lucky enough that you spot one flashing across the sky amongst the other millions of stars out there. And then you go chasing it and you catch it and you put it in your pocket.
P.S. I ate another bag full of Fried Mars Bars today. I should really stop this before I get diabetes.
P.S.S. If you do see a shooting star GO AND CATCH IT NOW because you only see it once.
P.S.S.S. But that doesn’t mean that there won’t be anymore in the future, because these sorts of things deserve second chances. So don’t worry!