Twenty seventeeeen!

Today Nav and I were watching a cute animated movie called Inside Out. It’s the story of a little girls’s emotions personified, and how they behave inside her head. I often wonder what it would be like, if our silly interior monologues started to appear as thought bubbles over our heads. Ah, we would all be SO screwed, wouldn’t we?

Kavya, Guna, Gaja, Rosh, Mahesh and I watched Kirik Party recently. It was totally not worth the hype. Who are those dumbheads who rated it 4 stars? Must smack them in the face with slime balloons. After the interval we were left exchanging glances at the lack of plot line. It seemed more like a medley of many Malayalam movies put together. On the upside, I got to catch up with all them mad peeps after quite a while. Yippee! Oh and did you know that Kavya now wears braces?? She looks like a perfectly geeky high school kiddo. Eeeee!

Gaja, Guna, Shirley and a bunch of her friends have gone on a trip this month. Can’t wait to hear about it! Yet another all-girls trip pulled off by these people. Wish I could have joined them too. Well, there’s always a next time. Rosh and Kav missed this one so I’m not alone. Speaking of all-girls trips, Gaja was invited to the Big 92.7 FM studio to talk about how we managed to execute the whole Kunti Betta night trek all by ourselves. Must say it was fun to hear her talk about it. Yay girl power!

I’ve officially started to sketch daily, in an effort to turn it into a habit. It’s definitely not a cakewalk, yet I’m enjoying every bit of this creative freedom. Exploring  various new media, trying out different stuff each day, learning cool things is what has kept me going. In other news, I had suggested that Raghav start his own blog to share videos and tutorials on how to sketch (his sketches are amazing) and I was pleasantly surprised to discover that he has actually started one! It is indeed lovely to see people getting inspired to take up blogging. More power to the journal writers of the virtual world!

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