Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Blank Noise and Bombay Addiction and World Dont Stand No Chance

For the first part of the title, here. I contributed my story for a section called Action Heroes. Support.

I spent Diwali with Hussain at Prithvi and Juhu Beach. Been insanely busy writing for topics I dont really understand, Insurance, Management, Indemnity, Winter Gardening, Addiction, you get the drift. Well, Addiction, I do understand :P And why am I writing trash? Well chicas, we got Rent issues.

I have also been going nuts fixing Internet connections, moving, traveling in Autos, cooking, stuck in messy transactions with Bai, quality checking LIITs around umm everywhere, contemplating saving, hogging shawarmas et cetera.

I'm indebted, with sparse money in a city with much too many avenues to spend on, not to mention Landmark and Mango stores. I hope my Karma rewards me for my super-satiated behavior lately (in terms of shopping strictly). Strict leading to discipline leading to job thoughts, reminds me, I have a deadline. So more life updates later.


All in all, times, they are a changin'

7 comments:

Eternally Stupidified said...

:)

Hussain Haidry said...

Yaar, tujhe Bambai mein kabhi bhi kitne bhi paise ki zaroorat ho, bindaas mujhe missed call karna. Main tujhe immediately call back karke bahut saara hausla doonga aur tere haq mein dua karunga ke tere paas jaldi paise aa jaaye.

AL-HAQU MURUN said...

we (not almost everybody) often tend to give less value to money, but then suddendly the truth is revealed upon us , that everything revolves aroung this green paper .... so it is high time u start gsthering huge amounts of this green paper that seems to be controlling everything .... u don't need to worry abt how u are going to pay me back for revealing this ultimate truth, i will collect my consultation fee at the appropriate time ;)

Kamal :---> said...

All in all, times, they are a changin'

Its great to see they are changing, and its great to see you are back the way you should be...

:)

Nahl said...

Hey this is like Wake Up sid!!!

Sonia Gaud said...

I really admire how you've made yourself comfortable with this away-from-home life in a fast paced city like Mumbai. Ofcourse there are things that mess up our lives wherever we go, but independence is priceless in terms of learning.

I've been in somewhat similar situation in my first year of art school - and it has taught me so much about multi-tasking and managing life.

Sonia Gaud said...

...For some reason this description reminds me of Alanis Morissette's 'Hand In My Pocket' song. Very contextual.