Hellos and goodbyes are inevitable. Especially, when we’re at the end of the year.
I just had to write this. I was taken aback by how I felt and my behaviour, reacting to this situation.
I have been using an Iphone for a long long time now.
This particular phone was a gift. It has an intrinsic value that none can replace.
This phone is my life. It carries information that is far more private and important than my underwear drawer.
This love, has seen many sunsets and sunrises with me.
Conquered greater heights, captured many moments that are precious in my life. Read what my real thoughts are, knows what exact song to play at every particular moment. Heard me cry, yell, heard me say countless I love yous.
When a new phone magically appeared in my life,I found it hard to switch to a new phone. I was hesitant for days. Kept telling myself I don’t need a new one yet – until the current one dies on me. Felt like a big freaking leap of faith. At some punctuated moments, I felt like I couldn’t breathe.
Hellos and goodbyes. Are inevitable. As time passes, we change. I change. My needs change, my priorities shifts, my dimension of how I see things change.
Just couldn’t let go.
Now 2 phones lie beside me at night.
Slowly I will only lay one beside me.
Change is difficult.
Because I’m all sentimental and emotional about
endings and beginnings.
Happy New Year peeps.
I secretly love my new phone more, but I shouldn’t say it.