He woke up before her. He looked at her and smiled. He then picked up his phone and walked out of the room. In his study awaited his newspaper. Browsing through the newspaper his attention was repeated distracted by the notifications on his phone. Few minutes later, he resigned to the notifications of social media.
Xyz updated his status: Getting married to the love of my life.
Abc posted a follow: Having lunch with my fiance.
Pqr posted new status: Thank you for the lovely flowers! I love you much! [Photo of the flowers and the couple added for more like and comments]
Lmn updated his relationship status to committed.
Similar posts of love and public display of affection followed one after the other on every social media app he opened, be it micro-blogging or photo-sharing. He wondered though sharing happiness with others is good but was such showcase of feeling so pious as love and emotions so sacred necessary. To him it seemed a bit trespassing into his personal space to see what held most important to him, his emotions. It seemed like a zoo where all personal experiences and emotions had been put up for display. He chuckled at his own thought. May be he only thought differently, he mused.
Meanwhile, she had woken up and had brewed some coffee for both of them. She came to his study to give his coffee along with a soft kiss on his cheeks before the race of daily routine began.
He was right, best moments are better kept treasured from the world, hidden from the jealous eyes, as he kept aside his phone and picked up his newspaper again.
There is no one who hadn’t known love. We all have been touched by it at some point or the other. So this April I will take you through the little snippets of love that will warm your heart, touch your soul and might moist your eyes. Stay tuned and watch love unfold daily in new ways.