"God gave women intuition and femininity. Used properly, the combination easily jumbles the brain of any man I've ever met." - Farrah Fawcett.
Happy Women’s Day! Love and best wishes to all the beautiful women in my life who make it so colourful and shrill and exciting! :D I received my first ever Women's day gift today. Flowers from a close friend! Red and white and pink roses! :D
It’s so good to write finally, after AGES. It also feels great to be so wonderfully busy that you don’t get time to read or write or chat. I went to Pune to give my interview. I love that place! And I went ALL ALONE for the first time! My dad left me at the airport and then I did everything ALL by myself.:|
Hey, what?! It was a big thing for me okay?! BIG! I felt so important standing in the queues alone without anyone telling me what to do. I pretended like I do that every day. I met strange people on the flight, even met creeps who stared at me, stayed at an amazingly warm lady’s place, played with her adorable 4-year-old daughter, got dressed, gave my own self a nice pep talk and reached the college before time. It is situated on a hill and the campus is breathtakingly beautiful. It is surrounded by valleys and lush greenery and at sunset the sky turns orange and pink. I interacted with the students and the applicants and was thoroughly impressed by some of them. I enjoyed the written test and the personal interview. I don’t know what had come over me. I had hardly slept or eaten anything, but how I talked! The panel looked at me while I divulged into detailed answers to all their questions. I knew they were impressed. I got a good score too! I don’t know why I got a low score in the written. Well, I’m still awaiting my final result. But all in all, I had an amazing experience.
Oh and my sister’s wedding! Now I know how you feel after an event like this. First of all, I keep forgetting that she’s actually married. That she’s a wife. And has a husband! *gasp!* The wedding couldn’t have been better. We all ate, danced, sang, laughed, talked, went crazy. It was smooth and big and pretty. And didoo looked beautiful and it was weird watching her sitting on the stage. Usually, it used to be us standing in some remote corner in other people’s weddings and making fun of people. And I received overwhelming compliments about my hair and dress and everything. It was awesome.
And now I’m trying to settle back into my normal routine but I feel hung over. I don’t feel like getting out of my bed or doing anything whatsoever. It’s called “putting NED”. Chee shared this with me. Some IIT guy coined this term. It means “no enthu da”. It’s the state when you don’t have the enthusiasm to do anything; in fact, you don’t even feel like doing nothing. So yea, I’ve been putting lots of NED. Except that I watched Tangled, and The Darjeeling Limited. I loved both. Rapunzel reminded me of myself and The Darjeeling Ltd. was just so ..outlandish! It’s filmed in India and has shown it in its truest and most honest way. You’ll fall in love with the music and the scenes. Irfan Khan was a surprise!
Now I’m thinking of reading a book. Or maybe sleeping. Yes, sleeping. Although that’s all I’ve done most of the day. It still sounds extremely promising.
P.S. I love all my followers.
:* This is for you all :)