Chandler and Monica adopt twins and are now moving out in to a new house in the suburbs to start a new life. Phoebe is married found her guy. Rachel found a new job in Paris and is flying away. Ross, just realized that he is in love with Rachel and Joe now has the apartment to himself. That was the last episode of the Friends. The way in which Joe tried to reconcile Chandler’s moving out after the game board was broken and their uncomfy hug, that they silently conveyed. The way Phoebe raced Ross to the airports, to make sure he didn’t miss that one last chance to have Rachel back. Or the six keys being put back by each one of them were far too much to be put in words.

My Friends are such important and integral elements, for me they seem to be the fabric with which my life is woven. Each one representing various hues that make my life as good as it can ever be. This post is to all those special people in my life who have been there for me. Seen me through my little ups and downs and supported me all through.

At a juncture in life today, I hope and pray that they will always be a phone call away. For I am definitely going to be there for all of them, ALWAYS.

Thank you.


5 thoughts on “F.R.I.E.N.D.S

  1. Well , a beautiful one !!
    I was nostalgic when I saw the episode in similar way. Its simply impossible to imagine without friends .

  2. @mudassir: Thanks for the comment!
    @Apoorv: Well..life without friends is impossible for me too.

    I wish the two of you a happy friend-filled life.
    We still have the FRIENDS re-runs and DVDs to live on 🙂

  3. LOLz. ya I do keep on watching the episodes on net again and again .
    They say marriage changes priorities in life.friends dont matter as much as they used to .the way chandler and Monica moved on scares me off .I hope there is going to be balance in life 🙂 .BTW nice blog you have !

  4. @Apoorv: Yes, priorities do change. Personally, things have changed drastically. But like in any new development, life does come back to steady state and Friends retain their places. Some aspects do change, but the crux remains. I spose that’s what finally matters. It ain’t as bad as it is when you experience it than when you see it happening to others.
    Anyways, thanks for the compliment 🙂

    Keep visiting,

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