Wednesday, February 22, 2006


Lately, of many things I wanted to do is 'write something' here. I'm not a blog-absconder as wifey calls me.
I'm pretty much here....mostly in silent mode.

Well, now its almost 3 months here, and a lot has changed....probably for better. At the same time, life is settling down to a monotonous routine or I whine too much, or both.

We do not own a car or camera, we do not go anywhere coz` we do not have car, and we do not have camera so we do not go anywhere. And I'm lazy.


hmmm...I have never talked so much with my parents in all my life as I did in these last 3 months, almost daily we talk, and daily our conversation goes like...

Dad: "theekh hai"
me: "haanji theekh hoon"
Dad: "kaam kaisa chal raha hai"
me : "haanji theekh chal raha hai"
Dad: "mann lagakar kaam karna"
me: "haanji..."
me: "...mummy hai?....baat kara dijiye" :-)


Here it seems that wifey is on some sort of mission to make me gain weight in shortest possible time, her culinary experiments are in full swing, resulting in more dishes to be cleaned (by me). Did I mention she is obsessed with capsicums as much as Bubba was with the shrimps in Forrest Gump.


Well, we too watched 'RDB' here, first day 3rd show. To read the review click on the 'next blog' link on the top, as it is everywhere :-)


4-1, is music to my ears :-)
Lot has already been said abt Dhoni, Pathan, Dravid and Yuvi, but surprisingly nobody is givin any credit to Mr.Chappell.
For me it was Chappell's victory over Woolmer.


manuscrypts said...

the laziness explains it all!! :)

Prasad said...

ohh.. its hightime u buy a camera and car n roam around :)

yeah... sometimes such daily talks to our parents would really make us happy.. even if its the same usual stuff.. jus talking to them will make us happy.. isn't it?

hmm... regarding Cricket.. really what more can we expect? the youngsters r proving everytime they r given a chance..
and yes, certain amount of credit should be given to Chappel n Dravid too.. I agree :)

Arunima said...

even my conversation with my dad was usually like that. I have improved it a bit with time.

Mirage said...

Get up and get goin, lazy bum!! ;)

shub said...


Sonik said...

Welcome back Sir...I really liked Rang de basanti and watched it twice..


Sangeeta said...

LOL..the next blog thing:D:D

infinity said...

best of luck with the capsicums!

Alapana said...

Woh gaana yaad hain?
"AAgaya agaya,halwa wala agaya,agaya agaya"
Patha nahi kyon,aapkae naye post dekte hi mujhe wahi gaana yaad agaya:D
Hmmm,aapki wifey is very intelligent u know,"Blog absconder:p
Car aur camera ke bina hi enjoy kariyega,thats fun:)

Stone said...

@manuscrypts:: :-)

@Prasad:: very true, specially when u r away from them.

@Arunima:: May b mine will improve too..with time.

@Mirage:: :-) btw we went to 'Oakland zoo' last weekend :-D

@Shub:: :-)

@Sonik:: Haanji sir, me too liked RDB :-) it was nice talking to you other day :-)

@Sangeeta:: seriously I'ven't seen so many reviews of a movie before.

@infinity:: hahaha, this post worked, no capsicums since she read this.

@Alapana:: hahahahaha...aapko yehi gaana kyu yaad aata hai?? :-)
yes, we r enjoyin w/o car n camera.

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