I Volunteered – An Idea to Bring Cheers

July 18, 2013 - 2 minutes read

https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/q71/67595_560997790623899_1325470301_n.jpgI have this friend who’s like “all work and no play” , the maximum he does is that comes near to not working is “researching” because the big dumbo thinks he’ll be worthless if he doesn’t stay updated with all the facts and advancements related to his field. He is right, and well I totally understand where he’s coming from; the work load and deadlines to meet and maintaining the image and awesome reputation of a genius isn’t easy but now he’s sick and in bed and feeling all sour and bad, plus I know him well enough to know that he’s thinking on how he’ll catch up and that he’ll have to work even harder to meet his deadlines.

I know that there are far more important stories like helping needy people out and respect to that. But the description said that we gotta spend a few minutes of our time making someone happy, get a smile on their face and they can be our siblings, a relative and even a friend.

So here’s my story for “I-volunteered“. And he did this thing with me once where he teased me after a long day thinking I’d forget it all, get mad at him for a while, forget it and lighten up. Boy was he ever wrong but I did the same with him, took it a bit too far (Oops) but at the end of it I guess he and I both liked taking a break from both of our lives and talking and to top it all off; he’ll be shocked at first, get angry a bit and then he’ll be laughing and smiling as much as I was while thinking about this idea to cheer him up a bit.

So Mr. Manager (what I call him to tease him) Get Well Soon and (Don’t Die My Friend) Marna Nahi Yaar..!!

Submitted By : Pari Shumial

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