Monday, March 29, 2010

Its over.

I have mastered Snakes! Crossed the 37th level on my mobile phone. At the end a message comes up which says "Your journey has ended" and that very few have made it this far. Heh heh! And for some vagues reason all the text and background which used to be blue has become red. Probably to signify something... 
I have a sense of sadness because I was actually looking forward to some more. All that excitement  about what lies ahead is washed out. There is nothing more.  It's the end for Snakes on my mobile phone and a beginning for Lumines!


Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Snakes and no Ladders!

It's official. I am addicted to Snakes. Yes, that very game you get on the Nokia phones. Hate to admit it but I just don’t seem to get enough of it. I want to beat myself every-time. Myself because only I play that game on my phone. I tried. A lot. To not press that Menu button. But I want to know. I want to know what lies ahead. Okay, another thing is that this is not the old version. The vision is limited in this. There are certain paths you have to take in order to go to the next level. Delay in the usual energy collection, and you are gone Buddy! Cant wait for goodies here. And of course like all responsible drivers you can’t let the snake bang into a wall. No, that doesn’t help. You have to take swift turns and move slow and fast when required. Oh the excitement when you cross something you have been attempting for a long time. Its bad, this addiction. I play this game the whole day. Now, I could do something more productive, something more stimulating or maybe something which would make a difference in the World but nope I don’t. I’d rather play this game and feel jubilant every time I go to the next level.  
Now that I think of it. I don’t know whether it is an addiction to play the game or win or am I just inquisitive to know what lies next.


Sunday, March 21, 2010

Aaj chai nahin

kuch thanda ho jaye...


Sunday, March 14, 2010

Shani Shignapur

Stopped at this place on the way from Shani Shignapur. Yes. the place where there are no doors!!
Check out the stuffed soft toy wearing GAP ;)


Shirdi trip..

Friday, March 12, 2010

Oh I feel so gooood...

Its raining once again. And oh it feels so gooo-hd! I am sitting here in my cubcile inside the office. I can hear the rain splash against the windows and the trees swaying to the rhythm of the raindrops. I can hear the growling clouds. And I can smell the bathed earth! Aaaaaah.. it feel SO good. I can't run out and feel the rain against my skin. I can't stick my hand out of the window. All I can do is contain this feeling inside me... this feeling that is about to burst from inside. 
I inhale the smell of rain and it fills my veins with desires and dreams. Intoxicated.You would be.


Friday, March 5, 2010

Its a new place

So I have now moved into my new place. I am not yet done with unpacking. I have to sort things out. I have a lot of things that I have collected over the four years and I have no clue where to store it! Since I do not know the girls I am staying with from before I am still trying to figure out how things work around here. Right now everything is quite peaceful. I do my own thing during the time I am there that is mostly when I am not in office. I haven’t settled in completely and that has made me restless. I am irritable too. It’s the energy I tell you. I mean because everything is still a big mess I am unable to feel the peace yet.
I like the balcony. Though it faces a building and the people living above our floor can see it. Morning chai sitting on the window sill has been replaced by morning chai on the balcony floor. Its comforting sitting there listening to the pigeon cooing and the cool morning breeze brushing against me. I could have been okay without the pigeons though. The window in my room faces another building so I am still wondering whether it is okay to keep it open.
The television that is there right now is a small 14 inches walla. I have to strain my eyes to watch tv due to which I have almost stopped watching it too. However things will be better once I unpack my tv! My wonderful tv!
The bai is a very energetic lady. She charges into the house in the morning and wakes us up from our half awake states. 
My plants are okay as of now. So I am happy.
I have been frequenting my old place as well to collect the last bit of whatever I had left at that place. But when I walk into the gates of the society I feel like an outsider, a visitor. Though a lot of the faces are familiar I feel disconnected. Hmm.. maybe I have moved on from there.
Hoping to make good memories in the new place.