Saturday, July 08, 2006

searching for joe

straight from the heart
the net has opened up the possibility of finding a long lost friend. joe kurian made me feel comfortable in a new setting- new school and city. at the age of 7 one hardly thinks about friendship and gets emotional. but today, some 32 years later i get nostalgic thinking about our school days- just one year. suddenly, when we went back to school after reopening i got a rude shock- joe had left for Canada to join his mother. he is the first person i could relate as a friend. we were together in school, walked back home together- he stayed opposite to our apartment, and even fought together. it took a while to adjust to his loss; suddenly there is hope of finding joe. if you are there somewhere in blogosphere do get in touch.

4 comments:

Lonerespite said...

i can understand that. i've lost touch with my best friend of 15 years, nishchitha, and now am unable to get in touch with her.

blue plush said...

school was something i started to identify myself with...it was a way of life..fun,relationships,fights and everything good (even bad at times).i spent 14 years in the same school ,with the same set of friends.14 years is a period long enough to know your friends and establish life long ties.its almost been 3 years i heard from my friends or even met them.

Navdha
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Jessie said...

don't lose heart...

After nearly 15 years... I was contacted by a play school friend of mine.

He actually went to our old school.. took pics with teachers and managed to get enough info on friends to finally get in touch...

It is possible..