16 December, 2011

some uuh, huh, ohh

Lately, I am having nightmares and Its 2.22 am in my clock.
(2+2+2 = ? , :)) )

Such a reiteration of a useless number 2.
2 would be second choice, second hand, and anything degrading, and not something you would have at the first time, given a choice.
Brain Bubble:  uuhh?
 2 could be tu, to, too. 
Now, that's exicitng, adds value to life in many ways and in all right places, if you will.
Brain bubble: huh?

 It could mean, i am just bored to notice the hands in clock going around.
Seriously, who has the time to watch the clock unless they are bored. 
No Kidding, think of it, when was the last time you checked time in your clock while you were productive or busy?
Brain Bubble: ohhh 

 In context to i have my days: I take the due liberty to have my time of the day :)
 One such time is 5:23, I call it my birth moment (PS : my bday is on 5/23).
I take the due liberty to liberate myself of any task at hand for that moment until the clock strikes 5:24 :)

09 December, 2011

Hips don't lie

For people following me, I have moved to Alabama. As the state slogan goes: Share the wonder.
I would share with you my most recent morning ritual.
I did not realize the importance of  toned hips
until recently when I started evaluating  pitchers as part of my internship.
As i look at their perfectly toned butts, I recall the morning ritual of fitting in the those skinny jeans, for hip's don't lie.
And, while you read it , yours is already aching, for hip's don't lie.  

Screw You, skinny Jeans!
O baby,
There are times
When I see you perfectly curved,
There times,
I see your  hourglass shape,
and then baby,
There times,
I see why  the term amorphousness was coined.
For Hips don't lie.
The curviness tells me you worked on its maintenance,
the hourglass tells me you are working on firming them,
 and the amorphousness tells me you have mastered the art of laziness.

30 November, 2011

Sunny pictures

I have been trying my hands
at capturing the sun in  camera. 
So far, i have managed  these. 

Saving the brightness of the sun
For the coming gloomy snow times.

PS: Snowy days are fun  only when you have snow holidays in school/work :)

16 November, 2011

Love, GoodBye

Have you come across these songs?

  1. How do you say goodbye-Sophie Zelmani
  2. Kaise Kahe Alvida-Javed Ali

Lovely, touching songs, though if translated would mean the same :), talk of copyrights!!!
But who cares, for now i take the relief to hear them for soothing me to dreamland. 
How sad na, love and goodbyes go hand in hand.

Oh, did i mention I am in Love??? 
I am in love with the music pillow.
My roomie offered me this lovely melodious pillow, in which i can plug my mp3/cellphone and visit my dreamland. 

My Love #3

Good Bye reminds me, I am about to wave my hand to Connecticut pretty soon, relocation as they call it.
Its so strange to feel at home at a new place and feel heavy while leaving it. Sadly, you only realize you were in love until its time to loosen the strings and wave good byes.

Trust me, I have been missing for a reason :)

08 November, 2011

I am asking why?

What makes a Quick bite in the Quaking cold?
Queso dip and tortilla chips, 
yum yum!!!

Now, Quit Quarreling about my Q entry :P

05 November, 2011

25 October, 2011

Koi toh bola!

                                           HAPPY DIWALI TO ALL OF YOU!!!

Some quotes i found interesting:
  • Sunanewale toh bahut milte hain. Samjnewale koi nahin hain. (There are tons of people who advise but none to understand) -movie

  • Zindagi bahut choti hain mere dost, but jeene ke liye kafi hain (Life is short my friend, but long enough to live) -movie

  • Waise toh log muje main dumb one, sweet one, no one bulate hain, but hoon main meoow one.(People call me dumb, sweet, and nothing but i have my own say)-daily sop

18 October, 2011

New Generation- Does it sound familiar?

Have you heard of the phrase,  "You won't get it, its a new generation thing"?
I guess, yes, if you were one of those rebellious teens who thought they knew everything, you might have blabbered it once in your lifetime to your parents, uncles, aunty or  grandparents.
I had so called dejavu experience recently.
A few months ago, my little cousin visited me.
To introduce her, i would say,  she was the one whom i have cradled,  changed diaper and given the sun baths, yada yada. Hope that helps. So, one day, i still remember the time and date this incident took place.
We were at mall, trying to get her a prom dress. And being a one shop person, anxiously, i asked her after visiting the 6th shop, what kind of dress was she exactly looking for? And the response i got, made me bite my nails. It was "Its a new generation thing, you won't get it".
 Don't they say you are never prepared for everything in this life.
Ok, so i was prepared hear this from my forth coming kids or grand kids, but from a cousin who is just 5yr younger to me??? Hell, No!
 My heart stopped beating for that moment and i gave a silent look in the mirror across.
I swear, i felt like sinking in the earth at that moment, but the mirrors around wouldn't let me escape the reality.
 I narrated this incident to my mom over the phone, and i could still hear her giggling over the fact and consoling me saying " You are getting old, my bachaa".

Tip to all who accompany their younger siblings for shopping: Never, ever ask what they want.

07 October, 2011

Somewhere over the Rainbow

Oooh oooh
Oooh oooh
          I take a deep breath as the pilot announces it’s a successful take off. I fear heights.

Somewhere over the rainbow
Way up high
And the dreams  that you dreamed of
Once in a lullaby
oh somewhere over the rainbow
Bluebirds fly
and the dreams that you dream of ,
Really do come true.

6yrs ago when I boarded  my first international flight, I never realized, me smiling over the passing by airplanes and dreaming to be in it once, would be a history. It became a routine to see the fighter planes fly over my head over the next years as my apartment was next to airforce base.  I secretly wished my family could experience the flying adventure, as I did. Last December, the dream came true. I saw the sheer joy lit up the faces of my family members as we flew from Mumbai to Cochin. It was their first time travelling by airplane (excluding the helicopter or jets).

Well I see trees of green
And red roses too
I will watch them for you and I
And think to myself
What a wonderful world
Well I see skies of blue and clouds of white
And the brightness of day
I like the dark and I think to myself
What a wonderful world.
And the dreams that you dreamed of
Dreams really do come true
             With extensive travel history, I have flown across many oceans and seas. It gives me goose bumps to see how an airplane can take me to heights, I would not dare to go even in my dreams, with such a ease. As winter is coming close, I dream of the blue and white cold wintery nights. Dreaming of snow holidays. One of the perks, I would miss being in school.

Someday I'll wish upon a star
And wake up where the clouds are far behind me
Where troubles melt lemon drops
Away above the chimney tops
That's where you'll find me
 Motion always makes me sick. And, I sleep most my way or gossip with fellow travel mate. Just as the airplane makes way through the clouds, I dreamed of making my name in the research field through ink.  Who doesn’t like being on top?

Oh somewhere over the rainbow
Bluebirds fly
And the dreams that you dreamed of
Why then oh why can't I
It’s a dream of every researcher to see their work getting acknowledged by the established pioneers. This September, made that dream come true, where i not only got a publication on name but got to discuss my work with  a researcher whom i followed closely for my work.

The colors of the rainbow
So pretty in the sky
Are also on the faces of
People passing by
See friends shaking hands,
Say how do you do
They are really saying: I, I love you
Its fall and I am viewing at the rare green region and flowers, which I might not see until spring. Friends add colors to our life in most unimaginable ways.  I am flying to Chicago to meet two such wonderful friends. Have you come across a person, who can smile until you feel the flash of their pearly whites and make you go wild with the most influential company? Well, then i would say, you have't meet Sakina. Sakina, is one of my friend, who can blow you off by her personality and charm. One person who make friends at the very instinct you are around her. Though, I am 5 yrs younger to her, she gives me the liberality to boss her around in the walks of life, such is her humble attitude.

I hear babies cry
And I watch them grow
They will know much more
Then we will know
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world
           I was seven when I first held a baby in my hand who grew up to call me Masi. My second reason of flying to Chicago, is another friend, Kena.   She influenced my way of thinking and living within a short span of 2yrs living together in dorms. Surely, we have had our dark days, as every relation does. Kena is one of my friends who have seen my extreme personality of bubbly girl to stern lady. She is gonna make a proud masi again. Unlike other times, it gives me sheer joy to become masi of her kid, because I have earned this title through our friendship. 

Earlier this week I came to know, a close friend of mine has become a proud parent. Years ago we discussed what the names of our babies would be, such is our bond. Somehow, I believe it’s a breeding season for Indians (do the math feb 14 + 9 mnths = Nov 14, as sad a joke it is, as real it is). For american counterparts, (consider new year + 9 months = labor day week).   These babies are gonna make us proud one day with their amazing abilities.

Oh somewhere I’ll wish upon a star
Wake up where the clouds are far behind me
Where troubles melt lemon drops
Away above the chimney tops

That's where you'll find me.
           Time to unboard the dreamy flight and step into reality. Eureka as they call it. J

PS1: This particular style of relating the lyrics of song to convey my feelings is not an original idea. Something, I never do, but have seen it through Zeba’s posts very often and thought would give it a shot.
PS2: Those of you are unaware of this song, here is the link. Beware, its addictive.
PS3: Did you know, rainbow is not only a spectrum of 7 seven colors but it is a 7 letter word too?

View from my lab in Ohio

05 October, 2011

Lethargic Heights

Late night research makes Laptop Lunatic to Last-ditch the Labor intensive Logs J
Don't you thinking of LoL-ing it !

29 September, 2011


Ever wondered :
Why “we” is spelled as W-E instead of V-(E) {as the british would like to spell it}?
How the phrase U and I came into existence?

If I were a mystery or fiction writer who is keen on killing the Kurious Kats, (“the K effect”, btw it’s a good tongue twister, try it) the title of this post would have been: Would the computer geek trust the keys under his fingers or feelings in heart?

Imagine a computer geek thinking of proposing his girl friend and thinking in the typical "she loves me/ loves me not" scenario. But instead of flower, he uses his keyboard. So begins with,
U and I are yada yada yada .....
and due to low self esteem smirks under the pretext of Just kidding
And on seeing the blank look on the girl's face thinks to himself you know what, Never Mind.

Observe the changes as you write these words on your keyboard
You and I (U and I appear on 1st row of alphabetic keys)
 Just Kidding ((J and K appear on 2nd row of alphabetic keys)
Never Mind (N and M appear on 3rd row of alphabetic keys)

If you notice your keyboard, you will find U and I next to each other.   But, right below U & I, you will see JK next to each other ;)  So, ergonomically the U and I is not supported even on keyboard 

This is how the keyboard responds to a computer geek J and then people blame them for being introvert ;) sigh!!!  Isn’t there a saying “ Don’t count your chick(-ens) before they ^(say)^  ha(-tch)” ,  Just a .^) ;)

Just in case you are one of the people who follows dinner etiquettes for placement, you will be surprised to see the keyboard behaves quite opposite. The regular norm of  the “b” and “d” (where, b refers to bread and d refers to drink) is reversed on keyboard as D comes before B both sequentially and in alignment.  One reason, I mentioned boozing for computer geeks ;) in one of my earlier posts.  My dad taught me knives and wives should be placed on right side, for the boss always wins. 
But the keyboard likes it the other way, observe the alignment of :
-1) letter Wife and Husband J
-2)  the symbol for side view .^) baffles me because if “)” is to be considered as side it would be right side view {sadly the keyboard opposes the left wing Democrat ;)}. So, on same context, would the rear side view be represented by ( ^v) ?   But wouldn’t that be upside down just  like our present state in USA?

Did you know, keyboard also favors girl on top position? I meant, notice the placement of GF and BF on keyboard (Dirty minds, ufff!) ;)

PS.1: Due to the abstract nature of this post, you might have to read twice before its makes some sense to you and even after that you don't get it then rem NM :) 
PS.2: the word "up-down ergonomics was coined from my enriched vocab, though individually they have a definite meaning.

ABC Wednesday theme: K

16 September, 2011

Dhinchak Dhinchak

How, what and why are you upto something people?
-Don't bother to respond, JK :)

Wondering whats with the title?
Ahh, that's how i respond to few friends when asked how are you doing.
                                                                                                            -Its okay, brilliant mind, you see

Music makes my life run smooth no matter what time of the day/night.  People who have meet me or known me , have barely seen my ears without headphones plugged in. This habit has become a reason of threat for me at present. My current rommies are so desperate to see me getting involved with their chit chat, that they have threatened kicking me out of apartment if they ever found me in  similiar situation in their presence.  Who  says we have democracy in this country?
                                                                               -Sad life...

Have you ever been stung by the song your fellow roomie, friend, colleague, or xyz (oh, not you ;)) has been humming? Next thing you find yourself doing is humming to that song. And for the rest of day/evening you blame that person for bringing that song to your lips.
                                                                            -Happens to me a lot of times.

Today, i woke up to the  song.  I guess, music couldn't resist coming to me too. Last week, a friend of mine and I were discussing about the effects of music in our lives and this just happens to be one. Did you ever wake up thinking of some song and you were just engrossed humming it for the rest of the day?
-Don't rem this song? Shame, shame, shame......

Took me quite a while to find the song, because all i remembered was teri nani mari toh mein kya karu.
 If you think, i can sing any song, you are highly mistaken. I lost that skill ,since i was released from high school torture of reciting poems. I can barely remember more than 2 lines of a song.
-Life is short, why carry burden?

On that note here is my radio playing  Hot Chelle Rae:
You got me singing like
Woah, come on, ohh, it doesn’t matter, woah, everybody now, ohh
Just don’t stop let’s keep the beat pumpin’
Keep the beat up, lets drop the beat down
It’s my party dance if I want to
We can get crazy let it all out

11 September, 2011


The date capable of bringing mystery, thrill and trembles all by itself. Numbers have always fascinated me. 
Yet, took endless mourning poems, and sadist letters and not to mention the ever zealous media for waking me up to this day, and rewinding myself 10yrs ago. Do you remember where you were on 9.11.2001?
 I was in my 8th grade high school in Gujarat in a history class when we received the news. Around that year of time, we were immuned to havoc like earthquake and floods to the brim that this incident was just a icing on cake. Everyone had weird look on their face, some grinning and some whining. I believe, i was just happy to end the school day earlier than normal. Not that i do not feel the grief of such grave situations but think of it how many die each day, why make such a fuss for one incident? Again the pointless trend of setting monuments in memory of the incident.  Wait a minute, aren't we suppose to forget the bad happenings or keep holding them forever??? And we all know what happens to such monuments down the years, then why? Do we even realize how many people loose their lives in army, navy, airforce, in road accidents, train hustles, trivial fights, temple lines and not to mention religious/political propaganda? 

Coincidentally, it happens to be Anant Chaturdashi today in India. Again major ocassion of pomp and threat. We see newspapers flooded with pictures of idols floating on the sea surface, the dirt of flowers and incense sticks all over. Every year new rules are set by government to prevent the water pollution but aren't we smart enough to bend the rules. Have we considered the nussiance we create on roads due to slow traffic while doing the Nashik dhol dance (its no less than wedding dance), noise pollution due to loud speakers, and hustles of people all over the locality. There are so many who get stumbled due to this every year.  Sadly, no one even comes to know about these. Aren't those people prey of human violence/terrorism too? 

And since we are on numbers. Do you notice 9.11 in the date 9.11.11? 
911 is local access number for police and 011 is international code for dialing in USA.
Didn't i mention the date has mystery in it :) 

Stay safe and blessed people.

05 September, 2011

A trip to the mall

Its been 18 hrs that we have been out of power.
Well, it may sound like I am making
A fuss of it, but hell ya it is.
Imagine, surviving without the commodities of 21st century,
Internet, hot water, microwave, refrigerator, for 18 hours.
 If there is a term called momentary paralysis in medical world,
Then, I would say, I have been paralyzed since 18 hours.
And same is the case with my WiFi Generation,
Who feel paralyzed without internet.
Seriously, what do you do in such times?
Trekking and travelling sounds fun but at this moment
I need the damn internet to book my tickets too.
Wonder, how caveman managed to live.
But, I am sure if he was given a golden chance
 to be in the 21st century of gadgets,
He would not go back either.
So, why do we have power outrage?
Well, Aunt Irene had to be reflected in some form, if not in disaster.
And trust me, if any one, any one at all, who has benefited from this
Are the Malls, coffee shops and any dining places which offer free Wifi.
As these are the only places where you can feel
that life had never been busy before this.
As if, God had invented a whole new world.
So, I resorted to take rescue in a nearby mall.
Don’t they say, destiny brings you where you avoid the most
Yes, I hate going to malls. Totally, against the concept of malls,
Why do we need so many options for a damn shirt?
But to my fate, I had to take shelter there today.
I was bit hesitant to avail the wifi services and pop my 15” lappy out,
But to my surprise I wasn’t the only one who had resorted to this path.
The curiosity to find a charging point on the faces of shelter seekers
was no less than a kid playing treasure hunt.
Seeing the giggling faces at the WiFi spot, felt like home.
At this moment i couldn't agree less to George Carlin on guilt trip:

"Guilt Trips: Don't take guilt trips. Take a trip to the mall, even to the next county; to a foreign country but NOT to where the guilt is."

PS:  We were out of power last week due to Irene and hence this post.
I guess , I was too overwhelmed to see the internet bubble turning blue on my screen that I stopped noting down things..
Zeba, XYZ and others, do bear with my temporary lag  of posting  due to travel and job search but keep posting yours :) 

25 August, 2011

Is it just me?

Have you ever felt the sweat rolling down your cheeks in the middle of an air conditioned theater, suddenly you are all anxious, excited and thrilled, biting the popcorn dipped fingers, and your chin can almost touch your knees. Oh no, its not a climax scene in an action movie, or the twist in the story.
Its one the moments where you feel, Geez! what am i doing here? Is this why i paid $$$? where is that song/scene/actor that they showed in the trailer?

Or lets say,you are waiting for "the call" you name it interview, special someone, prize winning lottery, blah,blah, blah, and you are so into the thoughts of that call that you practically hallucinate the phone ring and when you actually get "the call" and your phone actually rings, you just tell yourself, ahh, this thing is getting over me and you just miss the most awaited call thinking its hallucination.

Me: Have you been there?
Brain bubble: oh, where?
Me: I mean, have you ever felt this way?
Brain bubble: Oh, which way, what way?
Me:You know, it was just one of those days.
Brain bubble: Rolling eyes.

16 August, 2011

Cute Little Nothings

                                                                         Image source

Royal knot, kiss, ring
A tale which the world witnessed,
began, with whisper.

14 August, 2011

What does it take to be an Indian?

While blog shopping, I tumbled upon   Important aspect in Current Economic Conditions in India. I know its forwarded email, might have already made it in your mailbox but the thing that striked me was the line " BUY Indian BE Indian"

My interpretations to this line are as follows:

1.  "To Buy an Indian, Be in India".
A slight variation  along the line "buy one get rest of the community 50% off". Yes, wherever we go, we need community. Indian this and that. Often times when you enter a community in metro cities abroad, you really need to wait for change of sight. You will hear the phrase, yaar "aakh sakne ke liye koi toh gori/gora chaiye" and same people will insist on staying in a community with similar caste/nationality for the sake of so called " healthy upbringing of children" or ask for group discounts at local gyms.  No wonder, they strike the good deal with local stores, after all mutual benefit is the key to business.

2. "By Indian, be Indian"
So far as my experiences staying in usa goes, i have felt this line very strongly or made to think so by people's behavior. Very common sigh heard is " yaar, i miss those things I used to have in india and the same people would tell a FOB you are in america, get used to it.  Amazingly, every other indian origin person here feels the other indian is "Desi". The definition of desi relates to not following laws at traffic signs, scarring people in public places by yelling out names, trying to bargain prices at indian grocery stores ( can range from 1cent coriander to buying rotten tomatoes or chillies), dating a blonde/black woman for green card (if anyone has come across "green" one please send me a notarized pic, you will be given compensation ), drooling over half naked girls, coming late at appointments, and endless things. In short, the term "Desi" is tagged to anything irritating and annoying when you are not in other person's shoe ;) With this varied pun and irony in day to day life, we still find amusement in satirical fictions or comics.

3.  Last but not the least. "Bye India, be Indian"
 Alteast being on the other side of India, I can truly, deeply and politically say this. Or I would  negate my existence in the so called "land of patels" [Let's not go who said it to whom, alteast i am out of high school ;)] And the very immigrants like me (yes its a strong word, i am making a strong point here ;)) will post things about indian economy, india is great and blah blah... . My question to them is what basis do you believe you are indian or have the right to talk about what's going in india, when you  left India for chasing dreams in other country? How many indians still like to be in india, given a choice, Raise your hand (okay, yours does not count !!!)
 If you are one of those species, you need a tap on shoulder, Kudos to you!

Enough said, "Vande Matram" is being played on my MP3 ;) 
Oh common! (Its independce day after all)
Satire was the theme, how come you missed it? Too bad, scroll up again. :))

09 August, 2011


Time in clock rewinds
itself as I cherish our tie
Such is your majic.

So you think you can dance?

ABC Wednesday's letter of the week is D.
D is for Dishita and dishita loves dancing. I am a trained indian classical dancer and i enjoy any kind of dancing. But have you heard of the Dancing orchids aka. Oncidium Orchids?  I happen to see them first time during my recent trip to India. I believe it was a small nursery in Munnar, Kerala. The beauty of these orchids is they resemble dancing dolls and hence the name dancing orchids. For more information on those visit here. So here is my picture of the dancing orchids.

I am not sure if the readers would be able to zoom it and see them dancing. This is one of the moments when i so badly feel the need of mastering my clicking techniques. Anyways, so below is an enhanced version of the flower found from web and similarly you can find more orchids here.

Aren't those amazing?

07 August, 2011

Its all about me

I loved this tag, hope you do too.
Its all about me...................

1. Without sharing your name, who are you?
Seriously, I mean no kidding, who figured this so far? Again, who??? 
Atleast, I haven't in the past 23 years of my life even with my engineering background and connection with biomed life, i am still trying to figure the "purpose" if that exists but again you know, we all like to indulge in fantasies once in a while here and there with wide open eyes. Lucky for Darwin and Einstein who figure that out, but who knows those were just like the tooth fairy tales told by our grandparents. So, in short as you see i hop around this world with dreams of becoming something but everything than human being and did i mention flying in skies and swimming in oceans? So back to question, you can't understand who i am with few words or lines, but still give it a shot. :P (FYI some1 said its hard to understand woman, just pre- warning :))
2. Describe yourself in less than Five words.
Restrictions limit creativity.

3. Do you have any special talents? What?
I am a super super talented being. I manage to breathe, eat, sleep, drink and top of that manage to live in this world among some intelligent, stupid, peace loving, violent, clean, dirty, outrageous people.  Now that is a major talent you know :P
Apart from that I have the art to be insane at the same time sane
  • I am believe and behave in extremes
4. Are there any talents you wish you had? What?
The talent to be anywhere and everywhere at the spur of moment. Just a little wish, you know.

5. What are your most important interests? What do you like about them?
Be a part of this insane cosmos with utter rubbish, craziness and zeal.  Life is all about it.  Ok, i know i like to be logical but seriously, why in the hell do you need me to justify each and everything. Phewww!!!

6. What is your opinion of Lady Gaga?
One person i can always, always, always count on bringing smile with her outrageous costumes when i am depressed  and not to forget one who has all the nerve to excite my numb senses with the shitty music ( which works better than tea or any stimulant, trust me)

7. If you could go anywhere this second, where would you go?

8. What are your favorite foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner?
  • Breakfast: Cereal and milk with some fruit
  • Lunch: I am mostly one meal person
  • Dinner: Fresh, cooked vegetarian food. Love all the variety of cuisine Mexican, Indian, Italian, Thai, Mediterranean, Greek, Chinese. 
    • Sadly, there is nothing called American food, just FYI, some people who have myths, you know, that usa is "the giant", and developed country :)
9. Do you have siblings? Talk about them; if not, talk about being an only child.
I get the privileged to get the first toy, bike, and you name it, being an elder sissy to a notorious and smart brother. Over the years our bond has flourished and we cherish the 2 min (ok, for those picky ones, i timed it :P) fights for little nothings and patch ups.

10. Do you like sports? Which teams do you support?
Absolutely, I like sports for it motivates me to follow a passion. I do not support any team in particular but if it is india-pak in cricket, ofcorse am indian by heart and if it is OH vs MI in football i am all game for OH.

11. Do you have any tattoos? If not, would you ever get one?
Nope, never. I think i have enough potential to create my identity and do not need further identifiers. 

12. Have you ever donated blood? Why or why not?
Not so far. Some1 said everything happens for good, so i believe preventing the spread of my craziness is for a good cause.

13. How do you like your coffee and/or tea?
Coffee makes me drowsy. Tea i prefer with ginger and mint, and to be specific green tea picked from Darjeeling hills.

14. Are you left-handed or right-handed?
Ambidextrous, seriously no kidding. I was taught to seize every opportunity in life with all my hands. But still i dominantly use left hand.

15. If you are in college, what are you studying? If not, what did/what are you planning to study?
I am in a jobless yet not taskless phase of my awesome life trying to figure out what i shall do with my masters degree in biomedical engineering. I guess i have paid enough revenue to books and biomed world by now ;)

16. What are some of your short term goals?
Figure out how to invest in my Present :P, i think it comes under the "short" goals.

17. What kind of music do you like?
Anything except metallic. 

18. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live?
Somewhere close to beach, lake, pond or any waterbody. I believe i was a nymph or fish in last birth, don't ask me how i made that discovery :)

19. Have you ever been overseas? Where and when?
Yes. Nepal, Canada, Milan, Istanbul, USA, in this birth ofcorse.

20. Have you ever been to the circus? What did you think at the time?
Yes. I so wished to be on the motorbike which spins in a rim and testify the laws of gravity.

21. Are you wearing shoes right now? If so, describe them. If not, describe your socks/feet.
No. I believe, actually am sure i have exactly 8 fingers and two toes which are plain and simple, no cracks underneath them, no nail paints and ofcorse no foul smell.

22. List some of the things you’d like to do before you die.
  • Preach a bunch of people while i am on the top cabinet of my closet
  • To gather courage and tell the truth that I am really not interested in becoming a sissy to a handsome guy who wants to be my brother
  • Gather all bunch of idipots out there in world  in a room who ask the most idiotic question as asl plz and what are your hobbies and then ignite a dynamite in that room with no guilt at all
  • Have enough grand kids so i can whip them with my cane stick while narrating bed time stories resting on a redwood rocking chair
  • Buy a beach house
  • Find a job which pays for travelling
23. What do you prefer to write with - pencil, pen, crayon, Sharpie, lipstick, chalk etc.?
Whatever is handy, who cares anyways what it is written with as far as it conveys the point.

24. Do you like movies? What are your favorites?
Not really. I sleep halfway in most of them. Still i like few like abhiyam nannum, bomarillu, ddjl, wednesday,  blah blah.

25. Do you like chocolate? What’s your favorite kind? If not, why?
Partly, something with nuts, fruits, milk and something with an appealing cover, oh and did i mention when someone pays for it :P.

Now wasn't that fun? 
Give it a shot if you liked it.  Leave me your link in the comment, i would love to read yours.

Till then Happy Weekend my friends.
 I won't wish you all friendship day because friends should be someone whom you can connect even  without feeling the lapse of time, day and date.

02 August, 2011


 Baffled I am as
each and every confection
calls for confession

"C"' connect + cut (C+X)

C is for Connecticut.
Yep, the state of constitution. The state which cuts you from ordinary life and helps you connect to your self (state slogan often used for vacation promotions).  So, its my new place of abode (for the people who read my  posts).  

PS: I cannot get over the pun in the pic. Didn't i mention travelling is fun?

C is for Children.
How hard is to connect with ourselves? Children’s world is fascianting and so wonderful. This is what comes to my mind when I watch Curious George and Caillou.

C is for Cycle.

Surely, as ABC team mentioned C is almost a circle, I believe it is definitely a circle. So, as I reached Conneticut my friend received me with the celebration balloons. Celebration is a cycle, which begins with music, cakes and then you worry about the calories and often use allergy medicine because every nibble of those nuts counts!!!

C is for Common Sense. 

Hell  No! Ladies have some mercy on your spine, when you adorn those spiky heels. Though they say moving outside the comfort zone is necessary for change, common sense is the word to be coined for caution.  Crunch your spine for the right purpose.

C is for Correct!
How difficult is it to make a correct choice? Often times we fail to choose the correct. I have the three C checklist for making a correct choice.

So, if you are conscious about what makes you comfortable and confident, there is no way you cannot be correct.

Did you like my C post?  Would love to see your comments. For more ABC posts check the link.
Cya, until then and ofcorse stay cool. 


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