Celebrating my birthday hasn't been my-type of celebration until I met my big-hearted friends. I owe my loved parents and all my beloved friends for making me a very special one. As I turned 22nd yesterday on 11 October, I shall cherish Shirley's aphorism, "You don't get older, you get better," that I have become better than yesterday and lesser than tomorrow. Age doesn't matter at all, what really deserved to be counted is the sense of being who really we are.
It's earth-shattering to see ourselves growing in terms of invaluable values and wise wisdom rather than focusing on the age of one's body. On your birthday, just ask yourself how much you have been bettering yourself from a year away from now? Judge your aptitude and attitude?
Thank you all of benign friends for bringing Jean Paul's wisdom in me,"Our birthdays are feathers in the broad wing of time." Thank you for presenting your genuine presence on my birthday. You all made my bright birthday piquant and prepossessing, newsworthy and noteworthy, rip-roaring and riveting and ad infinitum. I shall cherish it for eternity.
I shall let the pictures narrate my birthday celebration;
|Thank you Mr. Yonten Jamtsho for being such a nice and jolly friend and pointing me as a birthday boy lol ;)|
|Thank you Mr. Kayta Boss Rinzin Wangchuk for your pulsating gift of home for my papers.|
|Thank you Mr. Messi Karma Namgay , Geology Khot-keens and Chimi, Kuenga for your spectacular gift of nice watch, now it's time to keep on keeping on|
|Thank you Ms. Nityam Kutu Nepal and Ms. Sonam Dechey Tshomo for your beauteous Shirt and slipper,|
|Thank you Ms. Ugyen Lhamo Choden and Ms. Kuenzang Choden for your unputdownable books, I shall have them deliciously.|