Uzair says he feels your laughter when he reads this blog. I am scared Ali Farzan of losing the feel of your laughter. It was all full of life. I heard it lesser as you grew but it was getting stronger and stronger. May be you were coming out of childhood to adolescence. This is how I was taking it while observing the less frequency of laughter. Also, I was not used to watch tv with you and you laughed a lot while watching your favourite movies and programmes. Remember Shrek and Toy Story. How many times did you make me stop and watch a scene from these movies. You were used to hold my hand and make my head straight towards the TV so I should not miss the scene. Finding me less interested, you alerted me that the most exciting thing was about to come.
The most exciting moment when I visited Madam Tussaud was to find the statue of Shrek and having a pic with him. I thought it will excite you, I don’t know why it didn’t. At least the feel of entertaining you by that pic gave me happiness before you reacted. I was used to keep happy by such possibilities.
Now I look forward to meeting you in heaven. I want you to hold my hand and introduce every thing there, taking me as ignorant as you were used to take here. Your mother knew little, had poor memory and was scared of doing new things. I want you to keep feeling superior to me. I want to be guided by you the same way in Heaven Ai Farzan.