നിറഭേദങ്ങള്‍: Transition of colours

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Leaving behind....

I was not expecting that this moment will come so fast. We are almost shifted from calicut to pathanamthitta. Almost 25 years spent at calicut (not exactly, since last decade i was roaming around, yet the home was the final destination). The dreams were born and nourished.

I should say it was a wonderful and colourful stay. Seemless friendships. Helping hands all around.

Transition was planned almost three years before. Shifted our belongings almost 3 months back. Now agreement to handover the house is also signed.

Initially I have been going to Sabu college, at the age of 3 (dont wonder, it is one of the ladies only college where I joined at the age of 3)...it was the KG. Then to St Xaviers UPS PVL....for 7 yrs..Next to Savio HSS for 3 years at Devagiri....Devagiri has to suffer for 2 more years since I joined St. Josephs college after 10th....I was in the second last batch of Pre-degree at St Josephs.Then I had to move to the state capital as crec didnt satisfy my dreams.

Pinnitta vazhikal: the way to my school ....Bus trip to calicut ...Trips to Mavoor....(lots of dreams during these trips , many became reality later in life),walks through SM street, Manachira and beach,Trips to elite, CREC(i have been here when i was in school, college and after college and finally at the time of leaving also), Karanthur (Many a times I had to go here since injuries were always present during my stay at calicut),One day trips to Kadampuzha, visits to Pathanamthitta (3 times n a yr), and finally for last few years trips to bangalore from chintavalappu...

Now the world has become so small. Eventhough petrol charges are high, nothing is far away.

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