Well, I’m married.
The missus has even put it on FaceBook, so no escaping now.
So, the last month saw an overtly expensive event with its scandalous after-parties, needless dances and fireworks, and its share of controversies. But my missus doesn’t like cricket so I should stop talking about the IPL.
My marriage event was grand, and like a dream. Thanks a lot to all the people who were responsible for making it so. I mean it. Really! Wish I could have been more expressive in this regard in real. And thanks to all the people who could be a part of it (including Gunjan who, for some reasons, agreed to participate as the bride). For those who couldn’t attend – next time I am not listening to any excuses, okay?
Those of you who have read my posts here and in other platforms would know that I am a big fan of Ayn Rand, and like using her quotes whenever I can. I’ll end this post with one of her most famous ones:
“I swear by my life and my love of it that I will never live for the sake of another person, nor ask another person to live for mine.”
Only this time, I will disagree with her.