1.I have finally deicded that I am real scared of accidents, all throughout the 5 hour drive I was on tenderhooks.
2.After having been in 2 road accidents it is only natural, I guess.
3.There is something sooo nice and warm about ancient houses. They ,somehow seem much more welcoming.
4.It is funny how now whenever I touch someone's feet, the most common 'asheerwaad's are related to shaadi.
5.Random relative who came over told mummy how it would now be sooooooooo difficult to find a guy for me.
Apparently, doing an MBA= saying tata bye bye to any chaces I had left of finding a good match for myself.
6.Seeing Dada( nana) standing there, his 6 foot frame erect, face outlined with snow white and thick hair and beard, arms outstretched, ready to welcome his favourite of 14 grandchildren.
7.Listening to a younger cousin's absolutely scandulous[?] tale of how one of her female classmates is interested in another girl in her class.
8.The dawning of a sad realization.
I am now offically one of those girls who , during meal times,do all the serving .
9. I dunno if my cousins are or no, but I def am sick of them being told that they should try and be like me!
10.Spending 3 hours with a 3 year old niece who has not seen you in 6 months can be quite an experience.
She stared off with totally ignoring me , nothing seemed to break the ice between us..untill I did the operation.
*maxxx threatening type luk*
The purpose of the operation was to chop off another cousin's unsuspecting nose.
The instruments used made of pink and green plastic and were part of her 'doctor-doctor' play set.
The operation was mostly okay, except when the patient had to leave the room to take a call from her friend who wanted to know what homework had to be done for next day's geography class.
5 minutes post the operation, in an attempt to grab a toy, when my niece fell 2 feet onto the floor, it was obviously time for her operation.She chose me to do her operation.
*proud as peacock type luk*
Her operation consisted of first applying 'garnier's ' something cream all over her face.
This had to be stopped abruptly due to the untimely arrival of bhabhi who , i dunno why, freaked out on seeing her daughter's face covered with the expensive cream.
So, then we put a thin coating of some talcum powder on her face.
We wrapped up the days affairs with a game of 'chai-chai' .
11.Another highlight was the crisp thousand rupee note that Dada handed to me as I was about to leave today at 5 in the moring.
12. Saw the partial solar eclipse with naked eyes.
P.S.--again a totally random post.
And as with most other random posts, this one too has been written in points. Why I have this fixation with having verything in points is beyond me!