The last month has been super hectic, what with all the tests and preparation going on back to back. How do designers get ideas? Just HOW. This question continues to baffle me even now. Every time when I see a design that makes me go 'wow', the first thing that strikes me is the thought process … Continue reading On the brink of insanity
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 … Continue reading Twenty seventeeeen!
What an eventful year it has been! Honestly don't know how days turned into weekends; twelve months went by in a flash. When I first started blogging, my only motive was to pen down daily events and maintain an online journal of memories. Now it's a part of my identity - 'Hey, I have a blog, … Continue reading Adios 2016
Three weeks ago... A man in his late fifties was sitting next to me in the bus. After paying for the bus ticket, I found him fumbling for something in his pockets. It turned out he had lost his phone. So I offered mine to call his wife and son. He was on his way … Continue reading Back!
The second Sunday of this month was really a-m-a-zing. Partly because I got a much-needed Photography 101 from Prasad and also because I got to meet my friends after eons. It was a totally unexpected plan; Prasad had asked me the previous day if I would be interested in going for a photowalk at Lalbagh … Continue reading How is it October so soon?
The day after the Cauvery verdict was issued is probably the happiest day of my (travel) life. It took just five minutes (that's right, a jaw-dropping five minutes) to cross Tin factory. Empty roads and zero traffic. How.utterly.cool is that! What I wouldn't give to have such traffic-free commute to work every day! It was Misbah's … Continue reading Of mangoes and quicksand
It was a Sunday like no other. Not the typical sleeping in-laze around-go out-meet friends kinda weekend. Spoorthi, an annual cultural extravaganza for special children, was being held by Youth for Seva. I had signed up as a volunteer. Little did I know what was in store. Unlike my usual Sunday routine, I woke up early and … Continue reading Weekend well spent? Hell yeah