You know when you wanted something your whole life and suddenly it becomes so difficult you feel like you are either going to fall short of the qualities or just burn the light yourself. You can try but even despite your trying, you feel depressed none the less, what do you do then? Do you just quit and be scared of how your siblings/parents/husband/inlaws/relatives/friends/classmates will judge you and you’ll regret the decision you made. You’d feel incapable of anything, unable to provide for your parents or teach your kids, or even motivate/ guide your siblings to a brighter future, ’cause who are you to guide someone when you couldn’t follow through or keep up with a life time goal? Is being practical and ignoring your failure worth it or is it to try once more with chance of more depression/stress/failure ?



Hey, its a Tag post!

I wanted to do a tag post ’cause I felt like talking about myself. Not many people want to know stuff about me in real life now-a-days. Anyway, this is a random set of tag-questions I found:
Question 1: Do you have any pets ? Not at the moment. We used to have birds, which died. Then we had a cat; she ran away and got ran over. We used to have a dozen tiny fish, but someone fed them cheerios and they all died. I won a gold fish from a carnival, that gotten eaten by my brother’s larger gold fish. Then I colored a rock and that was my pet. I lost that too.
Question 2: Name three things that are physically close to you: Besides my laptop, I have my notes that I should be studying from, a couple of mugs, and a bunch of fun-size chocolate wrappers.
Question 3: What’s the weather like right now ? Its ok…sweater weather.
Questions 4: Do you drive ? If so, have you crashed? Nope, my permit even expired.
Question 5: What time did you wake up this morning ? I don’t remember.
Question 6: When was the last time you showered ? Yesterday
Question 7: What was the last movie that you saw ? Probably Paper Town…its overrated.
Question 8: What does your last text message say? “you would think they woulda read the previous emails first..ugh”
Question 9: What is your ringtone ? My phone is always on vibrate.
Question 10: Have you ever been to a different country? Just pakistan…layovers in turkey and somewhere else that doesn’t count. Blah
Question 11: Do you like sushi? No, the concept bothers me…raw meat is ew to me, also i don’t understand it…like wrapping rice around the meat/veg…why. Too much work and energy to look like a pretty princess. (no offense sushi lovers…you do you!)
Question 12: Where do you buy your groceries? I used to get them from pathmark or cvs in NY, now its always either Jewels, Target, or Traders Joe.
13: Have you ever taken any medication to help you fall asleep faster? Nah. I believe in imagining to free fall slowly into sleep.
Question 14: How many siblings do you have ? 4 and I love them so much!
Question 15: Do you have a desktop computer or a laptop?  Laptop
Question 16: How old will you be turning on your next birthday? ….none of your business
Question 17: Do you wear contacts or glasses ? both
Question 18: Do you colour your hair ? no…notice the spelling in this question.
Question 19: Tell me something you are planing to do today: Prob study and stuff…I have an exam in the A.M.
Question 20: When was the last time you cried?  I don’t remember
Question 21: What is your perfect pizza topping? Bell peppers
Question 22: Which do you prefer, hamburger or cheeseburger ? neither
Question 23: Have you ever had an all-nighter ? all the time. They’re the worst.
Question 24: What is your eye colour ? Brown…I know..very hot.
Question 25: Can you taste the difference between Pepsi and Coke? Not really.
I guess “that’s all folks”.


He walks into the room and quickly finds an empty spot on the sofa next to one of the uncles. His friend, standing to the side, comes forward and looks at him with brows raised, in a matter of question. He smirks, and mouths out the word, ‘nothing’. After a good fifteen minutes of listening and nodding to the conversation of the men in the room, he excuses himself and heads outside. There, he first looks up toward the upper level of the house, sighs, and sits on the front steps.

Mood. (image via google images)

Mood. (image via google images)

He hears footsteps coming from inside. They sounded like heels for the first few steps, which then disappeared. Now the sound was of flats, shuffling, hitting the ground and getting closer. The metal door creeks open, and he turns to see her, with her phone to her ear and a tear on her cheek. She doesn’t notice him sitting there. He pulls up his arm and waves before she steps out. He sees her look down right at him with a blank face, turns her phone off, and says, ‘what’. He bits his lower lip, gets up, looks at the sky and then at her and says, ‘you know, you’re still a likeable kind of weird’.


Ok, so what should the title of this be? Any suggestions? Anyone want to fill in the next post and create some suspense?


I have friends.

So I was just talking to one of my friends on ‘whatsapp’ and decided I should write a post about the different friends I have or have had in the past. Each of them has had a huge impact on my life, in oneway or another.

1- The one from high school who I still stay in touch with but hardly ever see in person. That friend was with you through those four years, which btw kids, are not the best years of your life…College/Uni/Grad/Doctorate School are actually the best years of your life…I mean mine at least. Anyway, this friend took a plunge into life and reality before I did: I’m talking about all that jazz (I never would’a thought I’d ever say that). I’m talking about taking care of her siblings, then the sibling 14 yrs younger than her, then getting married at age whatever that you planned to get hitched, the jobs, and now that freaking-adorable-baby! UGH. May Allah bless you, my Best Friend! She taught me to find happiness in every situation.

2- Those couple of friends who you met in junior high school. You three where so close in highschool and even more so in College. I miss that. Their names would rhyme with the other and you’d feel like either the third wheel or the most important one. After graduation, ties just loosened up (metaphor) and we hardly talk now. None the less, they taught me to live life to the fullest.

3- The friend who you became friends with by accident. The best and worst of all. Seven seas apart and hearts in overlap. That was something. I still get the unintentional dreams about this person, even though its all ash now. My pally taught me to love and to love myself.

4- The College cutie. That shy friend you met as a freshman in College. The sweetest! She invited me to my first sleepover but I didn’t go since you know…we lived like three blocks away and my parents don’t like the idea of sleepovers at other people’s homes. She’s the one responsible for where I am today. Thanks for the inspiration, friend! She taught me to keep trying, and trying.

5- Born to and raised by the best of the best. My mama. She taught me everything; also how its ok to make mistakes and how to fix them.image 6- My frienemy. My sister and so many memories! My only sister taught me to fight for what I belive in and not to give a whatever from those people in the community. I still don’t know who they are. She also crushed my dreams of becoming a baker and now I am a candlestick maker person taking on the big world of bodily functions and what not. That sounds gross.

7- My first roommie. She was the one I cried in front of. I broke down so many times because of all the drama back in NY and else where. I go to her with my problems in a plate and she eats them for sure knows how to make you feel special. Thanks L.A chick…not Los Angeles…I meant Louisiana lol. She taught me that there are more people than the ones from NY lol, and to always keep hoping and praying for the best.

8- This Sikh person is now my first apt mate. First year here and she found out I was from NY as she was. The area code in a phone# could give away your life, I never knew. Well, she was Valedictorian of her high school and did get a full ride to Buffalo Univ. She taught me what its like to be faithful and have belief to your religion, and how there is more to life than chicken and eggs.

9- The new bestie I found too late. Yes, a Canadian, yet an exception. A kind friend she is. Yes, she woulda let you walk all over her. but she showed me and helped me to keep on going, and to recycle. I also taught her to toughen up. And she has.

10- The one who has my mother’s name. She takes care of me here. The friend who isn’t afraid to experience things or talk to random people. She taught me to calm down, because its not always the end of the world. This one taught me to appreciate myself and the awkward funny that I am [thats what she thinks, anyway].

11- These guys…my brothers. I’ll never be as cool or funny as they are. I just don’t want to disappoint them. I know they think I’m annoying and blah. They taught me to keep smiling and how to deal with all the nonsense. They taught me that I will always have them when I don’t know who to send the dumb puns/memes I find online.

10- You guys, who taught me to keep my memories alive.