It’s hard to believe it’s been 50 years. One of the most amazing events of my lifetime. July 20, 1969 I was 13 years old. And all I wanted on that day was a blue bowling ball. And some guy had to screw up that day for me and walk on the moon. Check out my new story Blue Bowling Ball Day on my blog www.angryfilmmaker.com/angry-filmmakers-blog/ And yes I still have that damn ball and I haven’t bowled in years. #indieauthor#authorsofinstagram#moonlanding#iwasthirteen#newstory#angryfilmmaker#indiefilm
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Sometimes we meet someone unexpectedly that just fits & loving them comes naturally. But also loving them may mean letting go & risking it all including the relationship that she was already in. //
This Fall I introduce to you a new Love story. One I’m anxious to share....
“Remember when you begin to miss me that it was you that let me go.“- Danielle Suga Hill
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**All that I feel is Love**
- @arkja_akriti ..
Part-1 "What?" Ahana asked with an evil smile on her face.
"Nothing," Rihaan said, "I just wanted to tell you something but, leave it. It's not that important."
"Tell me," Ahana wrapped her arms around Rihaan and made her grip tight.
"I guess I'm in love and I think she loves me too."
"Oh! Okay! Who's she? Is she pretty? Yeah! She must be pretty. Congratulations!" Ahana's words started to collapse. She got up and started combing her hair. She had no idea how to react. She felt her world falling apart. "Ahana?" Rihaan said softly.
"Are you happy?"
"Of course! Shouldn't I be happy?"
"Yeah! Maybe! You know I'm afraid. I'm...I'm afraid. What if things turn out ugly between us? What if I cheat on her? I don't want to do this again. I don't want to be the reason of her tears. Never!" Rihaan replied.
Those empty eyes had millions of doubts fighting to get settled and Rihaan continued saying, "You know I would never like her to get hurt."
"I know. I can sense you love her genuinely. Don't worry. No such thing would happen. Who told you every book has the same ending?" Ahana said and started arranging stuffs in her bag avoiding every kind of eye contact. She knew she would cry, she would lose her control if she stayed there even for a single second.
"I think you're right. Maybe I should tell her or maybe not. I don't...I don't want to be a beast," Rihaan's voice trembled this time. "Hey! Hey! Hey, you're not a beast. You're the perfection every lady would love to adore. You're the imperfection every girl would..."
To be continued...