From the point of no return
Well, that’s what I thought when I started to think of blogging again as the days turned into weeks, which in turn turned into months. There used to be a time when I used to write 2 or 3 posts at a stretch and schedule them. I am crazy at that time. Every other day I used to post. I couldn’t believe its been over 3 months since I posted something and in this whole year I have posted only 11 posts 11 in 10 posts. Quite a pathetic number
Before getting into what all happened with me over these months, let me say to myself, ‘let me be aware things happening around. Let me have enough sense to comment about them.’
So that I can blog
What’s about my life story in the 3 months passed? It’s story didn’t even came close to a episode of MEGA serial There you go
Change during hibernation:
From a crazy cricket fan, I have become a equally, if not more, crazy football fan. You could have seen them in my FB posts. Football domination even in the sparsely status updates. I never thought I will love the club football but I am now addicted. No day goes without reading some dumb editorials from goal.com and I almost ignored cricinfo, where India’s loss or crushing loss made me to stay from it for quite sometime.
Worries during hibernation:
India’s test series whitewash to England. When the former England players said the same during the start of the series I laughed. I thought all it will take is 1 test to get acclimatize to the conditions. But I was proved wrong with Indian team hit new lows with every passing test from 2nd one. In T20 and one-dayers also we lost. But there are fine as we given some fight. But in tests just a meek surrender.
Happiness during hibernation:
1. Indian team is doing well against England in India. After the whitewash in England, the least I wanted is, a defeat to our team in our home. But glad, we are paying back in style. For once I feel deaf as I couldn’t hear the comments of Boycotts, Hussains on how pathetic Indian team is. Well, I think they can take care of their own business now.
2. My favorite actor Ajith was back with bang in Mankatha. Its an average film but with extraordinary villainy performance from Ajith with the mix of class and mass. Be its style, dance or acting he rocked. Loved his intro and dialogue delivery. Yuvan has delivered a theme which elevated even a ordinary scene to exciting levels. A sample below which has some slick editing work.
Funny moment during hibernation:
The planning commission’s evaluation of 32 rupees/day in cities and 26/day in villages is enough to lead a normal life and the people are not poor. What a joke!!! I don’t know whether they are fools or we are, for being managed by them. The best way to test the above evaluation would be to give the same amount to money to our dignified officers and ask them to live merrily.
Hoping to be regular here