janmashtami krishna ji photo


This is a photo I took for the janmashtami celebrations that are held in my home. I was excited to celebrate my friend’s engagement and my mother’s birthday, but because I was a bit of a party animal in the beginning, I didn’t really take the time to get ready. So, I decided to take a picture of myself as a bride and groom. I’m looking out of the window while trying to take it all in.

There is something to be said about a picture of yourself while you’re trying to get ready, and in this case, you’re trying to take the time to get ready, but the result is a picture of yourself. So if you’re planning a party, I’d definitely recommend trying to get ready a little earlier than that, because you’ll end up looking cute.

This is the perfect photo for a bride, since it shows you as a young, cute couple. I think I get why my co-hosts were so put off by this picture though, because they were so used to getting ready that they didnt really pay attention to it. I mean, there is no way someone who’s getting ready should look like this though. I think I’m going to stick with the classic picture of a bride and groom.

It also goes to show that the Indian wedding is not the only one that doesn’t last long, so take care of yourself.

Also, I hate to break it to you, but I think I kind of liked this picture. The groom looks kind of weird, but I can see the fact that he really likes the bride. I think I get it now.

I know. I know. I’m kidding. You don’t have to get it. But I do think I get the point now, anyway.

When you have a little more time to play with your stuff, you can use other factors to help your life. For instance, I have a friend who has a very hard time looking over his shoulder; I don’t have a lot of time to go through that. But I do have a few words to say to him, and that goes some way to showing how much I appreciate the time I have.

The point being, it is your time. Nobody and nothing can take that away from you. Not even the most awesome people in the world, or the most beautiful things in nature. Not even your significant other. I think this goes along with the other thing I was mentioning earlier, that our brains are hardwired to give a shit about the time we have left.

I don’t know if you’ve noticed or not, but I also don’t have an awesome significant other. At least, that’s what I tell myself. But I do love my love, and I love him, and I’m so grateful for him, and I can’t imagine not having him.


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