Friday 25 June 2021

Fulfilling the long cherished dreams


Hello every one, here, I am continuing weaving the Romantic Thriller I was weaving in April, where Aaradhya is waiting for her love Shamit, who has vanished seven years ago. The story is being narrated by their best friend Riya. In case you missed the earlier chapters of this timeless love saga, 'I Live To Love you', you can read them here

Chapter 30

Life became a beautiful bed of roses yet again for my Aaru and Shamit. Aaru commenced writing the book she had dreamt of starting seven years ago on a fateful night before Shamit vanished and Shamit was going full throttle to paint masterpieces for his dream exhibition.

This was mostly at leisure as Shamit got back to his family business making his mom retire and Aaru continued her medical practice.

Little Sharu was delighted to be with mom and dad and learning baking from granny. 

I am so proud of Aunt Sandy who despite her age and illness was still a strong independent woman, a role model to so many. This was life in Pune.

In Mumbai, I and Adarsh were blessed with a baby boy and our joy knew no bounds. Adarsh had named him Riyansh and also agreed on me training him to be a Badminton Champion from early on.

Aayi-baba had joined us too and words fail me to express how happy they were to embrace the little one, they had given up hope.

They decided to live with us thereafter. Together we were such a happy family. I saw pride in Adarsh’s eyes as he stole a glance of me with a smile.

Sharu was on cloud nine to see her little brother Riyansh. All three of them couldn’t hold themselves when they heard the news and came down with a car full of gifts for my little prince charming who indeed was love at first sight for me.

Adarsh was a perfect host to them, leaving aside all guilt feelings from the past this time. There were smiles all around eventually, too good to be true, touchwood!

But yes they were real, we all earnestly deserved them.

We also commenced an annual ritual of going to Nainital for a month with our families to be with our parents both biological ones and the ones who saved Shamit and those indeed turned out to be some of the best times of our lives.

Aaru’s soul really resides in Nainital. She had forever told Shamit that she would eventually love to live here when they grow old and her Sham had always agreed. I understood her emotions. Her soul belonged to the mountains.

She strongly believed in living surrounded by them. She grew up in them, lost her love in them, and then found him back in them as if they have kept her belongings safe for her. They really knew she lived to love him.

In a couple of years, Aaru’s book, ‘I live to love you’ released and became an instant bestseller as it came straight from the heart.

It was Radha-Sham’s true love story. As promised by him, its cover was painted by Shamit and the book was released in an exhibition of Shamit’s paintings which were widely appreciated.

We all went to the launch too and did a happy dance celebrating their fulfilled dreams and well-deserved be continued.

Truly Yours Roma

'This post is a part #BlogchatterHalfMarathon by Blogchatter'

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