Monday, 25 November 2013

Another award B)

Thank you so much Lubaina for the award :D means ALOT to me. This is my third award in 2 years of blogging, and I am thrilled :D

You are one of the finest bloggers and best artists I have come across on blogger :)

Liebster award exists only on the internet, and is given to bloggers by other bloggers. 
It has German origins – the word “liebster” has several definitions: dearest, sweetest, kindest, nicest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute, endearing, welcome and the likes..

And now, I answer your questions

1) Describe yourself in 3 words.
Nutty, goofy and amiable

2) Your best home alone experience.
In my 17 years of existence, I haven't had a home alone experience yet :p :(

3) A perfect evening is..
Watching roadies auditions for hours :D with a cup of coffee followed by bhelpuri and lots of samosas :D

4)Think quick. Fish or fries.
Fish in the aquarium, fries on my plate. ( I don't want to explain the notions of my vegetarianism again yaar!)

5)Which place would you visit if you could go to any place in the world?
I would like to visit New York City to meet my 6 month old cousin brother :D :*

6) Winters or summers?
Winters B)

7) Reason for Q6?
I have seen winters after almost 2 years now :p

8)Is the concept of having a good handwriting over-rated?
Maybe, maybe not. Who cares? I have an above average handwriting :D

9)Comics or novels.

10) What is best part about being a blogger?
Getting good feedback from the most unexpected people/

Sunday, 17 November 2013

Things I am going to miss about school

Lunch boxes, all shapes, sizes and colours. The smell of maa ke hath ka khana that would reach the teacher's nostrils before the food would reach my mouth.

The excitements rain brought. The darkening of the sky, jumping between puddles in the school compound, walking to school in ankle length water. Eternal bliss.

The way we waited for Reproduction chapter to be taught in class 8 and 10 despite having read the whole chapter line by line five times already ( the plant part excluded). Giggles and sheepish grins that were visible in every corner of the class when somebody asked a doubt.

Official bunking in the name of annual day, teacher's day etc. and the rehearsals for months just did not matter. We were always under prepared on the day of the performance.

The opportunity of wearing casuals on special occasions would involve 36 hours of decision making. (Am I overdressed? Or maybe under dressed?)

The punishment given to a large number of students just did not mean punishment, it meant fun! Standing outside the class and explaining the reason to every teacher/student that passed by. ( Is teacher ka to daily ka hai)

The school picnics in which the teachers would act crazier than the students. The candid conversations, truth and dare games and then returning to the same old teacher-student relationship the very next day.

The fact that school ends on a few months gives me jitters. It is a mixed feeling which cannot be put into words. The one quote that keeps me going is "Tomorrow always comes, and today is never yesterday".

Monday, 4 November 2013

Zero to infinity

Clouds of uncertainty loom large
Fear seeks abode in my soul
Energy draining down
Hope being sucked in a black hole

No time to turn around
Nothing to fall back on
This is a game of loss
Nothing is to be won

Two individuals drifting apart
Reunion beyond my ability
Lets embark on a new journey
From zero to infinity

(strictly fictional)