A Love To Remember (Her Memory) (Part 2, page 4 of 11)


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Part 2

"He started to ask me sudden questions and I was kind of annoyed, so I answered in a cold manner. But we got along after that." Mother said with a fade smile on her face. I looked at her and knew that this journal would actually make her happy. Then I flipped some few more pages and found an interesting page.

18th August

Hello it's a month of August. Today we gathered at a local community forest. By "we" I mean me, Rylee, Luke (my school buddy) and Rina. Rina is an older sister of Rylee. Rina is way different than her own sister. She is more talkative and friendly. She keeps on doing silly things and making excuses. I didn't get chance to mention her previously because she was living in England with her uncle. Now she came and we became friend in an hour or so. Even in our first meet, she talked to me so casually as if we were some childhood friend. She keeps on patting her sisters back or even her head and runs away with a silly face. She can't sit silent for even a single second. Either she sings some old songs with a funny tune or runs away teasing us. And her laughter is something that could never be forgotten. I mean, the way she laughs, it gets so intense that we die of laughter looking at her amusing face. And I can't believe that Rylee and I became so close in these past few months. We continued to talk in school and at home too. I knew that she is just acting tough but in reality she is kind and generous. I kind of like the way she refuses every single words and my opinions. She tries to win over every discussions and every bet that we place. She is very hard to handle when it comes to discussion. I'm really glad to meet such people on my neighbourhood. The two sisters are two of a kind. One who acts like some badass and next who acts like a monkey. Wow! What a neighbour I have.

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