Sunday, October 30, 2011


So plans of going to the home town place thingy got cancelled. Will go on Tuesday (maybe). Today went to a place called Canary park... didn't see any canaries... but anyways that place was really beautiful (and I saw gigantic spiders with huge I cant sleep tonight). Then went to the wildlife sanctuary to see deer and stuff. But sadly saw only two four legged herbivores (one of them was a cow) . Anyways the place was dusty and green. If you want to spoil any beautiful place in the world, call in the humans! Yes they are an expert plus they don't charge anything! Their services are free of cost! Even in that forest I could see chips packets and plastic bottles. A day will come when the animals will get into our houses and poop and I would say that they are doing the right thing.

Anyways mummy is cooking (hopefully) something good for me. I did this really massive hartal because mummy was feedin me only vegetables, and I guess the hartal worked (but I am still getting vegetables but cooked in a better way) .

Ever felt a strong urge to do something that you really want to do but you cant (I am not talking about potty) ? Well I am feeling the same way too, I want to do something for the animals, perhaps keep them in my own house but no one would permit me to do that and maybe I can get into trouble for that.

Anyways I have to go take my medz, season change..sniffing and coughing

Take care.. :) 

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Recently I finished a book named "To kill a mocking bird" by Harper Lee. It is very unlikely of me to finish off a book within a week. I read books only when I am jobless. But this novel was.... simply beautiful. The part where Tom Robinson (the black guy accused of raping a white girl) dies, I actually cried. And the part where Scout (daughter of Atticus Finch, the white lawyer defending Tom) actually meets Boo Radley, I felt as if I am standing in front of Boo myself! Atticus Finch is the best character I have ever come across. He actually teaches us how to handle kids without raising our voice or spanking them ( therefore its a must read for Indian . Even under so much of pressure he is always calm. The whole story is beautifully narrated from the view point of an eight year old girl ('Scout' Jean Louise Finch), you feel as if you are eight year old again. Overall I loved this book!!

I am going to my home town in a few hours, therefore I am busy packing stuffs. Haven't been there since the last 3-4 years. Lets see what all has changed there.

Take care  :)

Friday, October 28, 2011

Living alone

I have come across many people saying  something like"Wow, awesome you seriously live alone? Like without parents? Lucky you!" Two or three  years back even I thought the same way when I though of kids living alone in a totally different city , without parents or nagging relatives . I thought , how lucky they must be, going out with friends without permission, coming home late etc...must be so much fun. But now that I live alone (well technically not alone..there are three other girls) I realized that living alone is not all about going out with friends or coming home late or whatever. With living alone comes in  a lot of responsibility. Since am just 16, all this "responsibility"  is like really magnified for me. All this stuff is really new for me and plus there is school work(technically not a school but more of like a college) on top of that. I have to wash my own clothes, make sure it dries up well, fold em and keep then back in my cupboard, prepare my own breakfast and tiffin, sometimes clean up the flat etc etc (things that I have never done before). So what, almost everybody does that.. so many kids live alone. Its easy to say...but anyways maybe I will get used to it like the others. Since it was my first two months without parents I didn't know really well how to do stuffs without it affecting my studies or health. A few weeks back I got to know that I lost 8kgs. Now even my most tightest jeans hangs around my waist like a pajama. Hope I gain weight soon and learn "the rules of living alone" soon. So if any of you are planning to live alone in the near future think again! And if you are really determined to live alone, my first advice will be EAT whatever you get and never ever go on without food even for a few hours.

Take care :)

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