We are made of memories. The memories that we actually experience is the one which takes us to the next level of life. There are many such memories that has made me, ME. 🙂
I was always waiting for the summer holidays in my early days of life, ie in my childhood. And that was early period of 20th century; only 90’s kids would understand the feeling of the summer holidays and the impacts of summer holidays. The moment when the summer vacation approaches I immediately hop into my village. I really cherished those days for many reasons. Behind that there are many impacts that leave their marks. According to my parents I could have reduced my weight in the village, as I was humpty dumpty guy at that age. And according to me I am going to get many bundles of friends to play with them in the open fields like the world never ends, no matter whether it’s in the soothing sunrise, under squeezing hot afternoon or in the breezing evening. And the impact that is revolving here is very clear, so I can play all the days and intern I could’ve reduced my fat as well. This is also one of the different sort memories between me and my parents on the same reason.
In those 90’s where there was only one TV for the road or in an area. Whoever has TV in their home are the stars of the area, boss of the town. In those typical conditions, one fine day I saw a huge crowd cheering in front of the small shop, as I was little kid I was taunted to that and went near to that place, there I saw my uncle also one among that little huge crowd. And I was asked him what’s going on??? He lifts me up and there’s a cricket match was happening between India vs. Pakistan. And all the crowds were excited and cheering for team India, and it was Asia cup I guess, where I was just 7 or 8 years old.
And there where my craze on cricket has took birth and it’s been growing like anything, there I started cherishing the straight drives of Sachin, Square cut’s my Rahul Dravid, typical front foot cover drive of Brian Lara many more like those. Yes. Those incidents which have made a lot of things in me and the impact is still ON and it’s going strong. That impact has even made me to meet the rock star of that generation, down to earth personality and the Mr. Wall of cricket Rahul Dravid. The impact of cricket is surely a gem of the memory on me and my life.