12/03/2007

My Friend's Corner

Have you ever felt the presence of someone in a room even after that person has left? I had a guest in my house for a few days last weekend. I continue to feel her warmth and good spirit in my house. It's as though she is still around. In a way she is, because those we love move around, come and go, and occupy and abandon spaces around us, but once in our hearts, they will stay forever. I wish my young friend a safe and happy journey. I will keep her corner warm for her in my home and in my heart, hoping that she will come back safe soon.
Photo by Tameshk

10 comments:

masoud said...

سلام.فقط می توانم به این همه احساس پاک و بی ریا درود بفرستم.خوشا آنکس که میزبانش تو باشی.ما همیشه در تعارفات خود نسبت به دیگران می گوییم:خونه متعلق به شماست.ولی به همه نمی گوییم:توی دلم جا داری.بقول عوام:هوادار نمیره الهی.

Mersedeh said...

Nazy Janam,

Thank you so very much for remembering me and for honoring me with my very own blog entry. Looking at this picture brings me a smile and memories of a wonderful weekend where I got to step "outside of my skin" and really recharge my soul. I owe much of that to you as I am sure I had to have gotten under your skin during the process of stepping out of mine!!! hehehe.... :)

The truth is, living in a world of cheap "I love you's" and express relationships, it is so important for those heavy-hearted people like myself to know that friends like you still exist, and that "Jayeh To Khalist" really does come from the bottom of the heart, because as you might have already guessed, I left a piece of my heart right there in that little corner of your home. Thank you for everything. I hope I will have the pleasure of hosting you in San Diego one day.

Ghorbaneh to,

Mersedeh

احسان said...

And a very nice looking corner too.

Mehran said...

Ok I wanna know this post is for Mercedeh or Tameshk?!!

Nazy said...

Salam Massoud Jan: You are too kind. Mersedeh is a very special young woman, full of thought, feeling, and wisdom. We work together on some things I write for San Diego's Peyk. She manages the English section of the popular and decent publication. I often think that a guest can go to anyone's home, but when he or she chooses to come to my home, as the hostess, I am the lucky one. Be good Massoud Jan.

Nazy said...

Mersedeh Jan:

Of course I remember you! You are a pleasure to have around my friend. Have a fabulous trip and just as soon as you return and feel settled, come back again soon. Bon Voyage!

Nazy said...

Thank you Ehsan Jan. I should have taken a picture of your jacket on the night you left it here, and now I could publish it, showing "Ehsan's Corner," too! Be good azizam.

Nazy said...

Salam Bar Agha Mehran! It's certainly nice to hear from you! Agha Joon, mikhay da'ava rah bendazi?! This post is for Mersedeh, and I am using Tameshk's photo for it! If you pay more attention to me, perhaps someday soon I will also write a post about you! For starters, please return phone calls. I'll wait for you to be done with your tests first, though. Be happy Your Majesty.

Marzieh said...

وای خدا
من که حرفم نمیاد از این همه احساسات زیبا و بی ریا.....

فدات نازی جان

Nazy said...

Merci Marzieh Jan. Nazare lotfetoone.