She stood there at the bus stop, waiting for a bus which never was to come that day.
And he, with his colleagues, was prepared to walk his way home on the stormy day.
She wanted to be home soon, and found his office group walking to the direction where she lived. She asked if she could join, and the group was happy to walk with her.
And that’s how two strangers met.
Our friendship began on 26th July 2005, the day it rained heavily in Mumbai. We were lucky to have each others company to walk all the way through Vashi bridge to reach to our places.
As time went by, we became friends, then best friends ever!! Talking to each other everyday, sharing our lives daily chores just became a habit and soon enough we realized we cant bear parting with each other.
And now its time for us to say “I do” ♥ “me too” on 3rd May, 2013, seeking your presence and blessings. You are invited to share our HAppiness story’s next chapter. Its our pleasure to have your company at the wedding reception for the beginning of our new life together.
“Life can be beautiful, shared by two… world filled with love, ever old, ever new…”
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Thank you bhabhs! 🙂
thankfully the credit goes to the Vashi Bridge instead of Nokia for Connecting People 🙂 🙂
thank you JK 🙂
Happy to c u guys getting together for ever!!!! God Bless you both!! 🙂
Thank you IK 🙂
Yes. I still remember that day.. good to hear its lucky for you…Wish you a Happy Married Life 🙂
Thank you Umesh 🙂
Very happy for you guys…all the best…looking for to the d day…
Thank you very much Hiren 🙂
As you say Dennis 🙂
Hearty congratulations!! 🙂
Awesome site by the way.
Thanks a lot Hari 🙂
Ek dum HatKe !!!
Yea Ashish.. even i think the same 🙂
Congrats to both of u Annie n Hemal…….Wishing u a Happy Married Life…
Thanks a lot Srini 🙂
Hemal is far more expressive than Annie…lots of love to both of you! God bless you…
Thanks sir :). I agree with you partially 😉
Thank you sir! I just like your comment, not partially! 🙂 🙂