A day is divided into four parts namely morning, afternoon, evening, and night. I like evenings more than any other time of the day. I am not a morning person at all and find evenings to be more in sync with my character.
Evening hours follow the afternoon from four or five o’clock to seven or eight o’clock. Mornings to me seem highly tiring and it is a chore to wake up every morning and go about my daily routine. Evenings, on the other hand, are more relaxing for me. This is the time when I can be done with my routine tasks and get some time to relax. Actually, I have many evening rituals that consist of having a cup of coffee along with a good book to read, to watch a movie, to sit and talk with my family, or to play with my dog and take it out for a walk. This time is soothing and rejuvenates me after a hard day’s work. I can find different ways to unwind and reinvigorate myself.
Evenings are different from other times in the day as they have a more calming effect and urge you into a state of relaxation. The sun sets during this time and it goes dark signifying the start of the third part of the day. This phenomenon is always a satisfying sight to see, regardless of the surroundings and the weather. This is why I really enjoy the evening more than the other times of the day.
synchronization. Example – The wheels of the cars move in sync with each other.
a tedious but necessary task. Example – Paula thinks that watering plants is a chore.
arising from convention or habit. Example – The team gathered around for a ritual pre-work meeting.
Make something young and vital. Example – A bid to rejuvenate the town center
I have always been very fond of wearing a variety of dresses as per the requirement of occasion. In that sense one can call me a fashion freak as well. Whenever there is any event either in my family or I have been invited by my friends, I always take extra care of my attire.
One such incident which I can vividly recall was when I wore a proper Indian dress. It was my brother’s wedding. I still remember that day as I was flooded with compliments from each and everybody.
Family functions always give you an opportunity to get dressed up the way you’ve dreamt of. After doing a lot of research and taking opinions from a few designers who run renowned boutiques in my city, I ended up my search with a traditional ethnic dress. It was a 3 piece dress comprising a long skirt, top and a stole. The whole dress was embellished with golden embroidery and pearls. It was yellow in colour as it’s an ideal colour for wedding celebrations. I should also say that yellow goes well with my skin and it enhances my complexion.
Dressing up took quite a while and I was actually late for the celebration. When I reached the venue, most of the guests were already there. They were waiting for me eagerly. Seeing me in proper Indian attire left them with no words. To my surprise, almost everybody came to me personally to compliment me for my choice of dress. I was overwhelmed with their comments. The wedding was over but my dress became a talk of the town.
I am a party lover. I am very popular among my friends and family to make every party a huge success.
I have been to many parties where I enjoyed a lot. One of the parties which I can never forget was a reception party of my best friend.
Last year my best friend got hitched to love of his life. Our whole friend circle was very happy and excited for his wedding as we all witnessed his struggle to get married with that girl. It was a thrilled journey with lots of ups and downs and finally, they both managed everything and tied a knot.
My friend threw his reception party in Goa, a place known for its most happening parties around the world. Goa was on top in all of ours bucket list. We always wanted to visit Goa along with friends. However, unusually, college days had been very hectic for us and after that all of us got busy in our professional lives. We could not get an opportunity to plan a visit to Goa together. To keep in mind all of ours dream to visit Goa, my friend decided to throw that party in Goa. On a sunny day, at one of the most famous beaches of Goa, all the preparations were made to celebrate this auspicious occasion. We were all gathered there to be a part of his new journey.
His wedding reception became a great reason for all one of us to meet with each other after a long time. We spent a quality time there. That party had all the arrangements to cater the need of every age group of people.We enjoyed his reception party thoroughly as well as relived our college life moments.
That hard work is a key to success is a well-known adage. Parents, teachers as well as others guide a child to work hard so that he can achieve good scores. Though a little bit of luck plays a positive role but I believe that hard work is the key to success. In fact if only luck is to be considered, no one would work but just wait till their luck shines up.
But this is not the case. Today we see that technology has improved to such an extent that a person can have a lunch in Paris and a dinner in New York on the same day. There lies great contribution from people like the Wright brothers and Henry Ford to invent these means of transportation, which were the result of their hard-work and great efforts. If these people had waited for the D-day probably we could still have been using fire and wood to cook instead of using electrical ovens, and the globalization would not have taken effect.
Today a young individual has the potential to do something and crave in reaching a particular acme. Whether your luck prevails or not condition being hard work and efforts, which will pick you up where ever you are.