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Showing posts from April, 2008



BREAKING NEWS - from about 5 minutes ago.

Supriya has got leave for a week in May.... and she'll be heading to her parents' place in the land of MAMTA BANNERJEE

Hence - i'm on vacation for a period of 6 days... even though there is no weekend in it for me.
Time to make the most of it :-)

Break out the beer bottles fellas & time to check those lil black books again.

A year flies by... almost

3 days to go!
Then this marriage is 1 year old.... or should I say - We've been through 1 year of luv'n'learning and enjoyed every minute of it.... It's like "almost" new!!
Yep - even the "adjustments" have made me smile - in retrospect.
Mom & Dad won't be in Delhi for the Anniversary party.... neither will we!
So we had a quiet get together - the 4 of us, at HAO SHI NIAN NIAN.
Sitting pretty with her SNAKBITE (dats the yellow concoction)
Through the looking glass
Looking upwards...

Blue moon day

We went shopping this last Sunday.....
I escorted her from shop to shop....
I was willing to foot the bill too!
Showed her the dresses... the shoes, leather bags.... swarovski!!
But nothing seemed to appeal to her sense of MONETARY purchase...
WOW - What a day!!!
I love days like this.... truly a BLUE MOON DAY!!

The Apple!!

A teacher teaching Maths to seven-year-old Arnav asked him, "If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?" Within a few seconds Arnav replied confidently, "Four!"

The dismayed teacher was expecting an effortless correct answer (three).  She was disappointed.  "Maybe the child did not listen properly," she thought.  She repeated, "Arnav, listen carefully.  If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?"

Arnav had seen the disappointment on his teacher's face.  He calculated again on his fingers.  But within him he was also searching for the answer that will make the teacher happy.  His search for the answer was not for the correct one, but the one that will make his teacher happy.  This time hesitatingly he replied, "Four…"

The disappointment stayed on the teacher's face.  She remembered that Arnav liked strawberries.  She thought maybe he doesn't li…