Monday, January 23, 2006

Little Honey

----- Had a conflict with your parents? Tell us about it…Well that was what we were supposed to write about… but I guess my Reynolds™ had something else in mind. Here goes nothing -----

Little Honey


Why don’t they agree the first time itself? Don’t they understand it yet; they can’t win against me. Then why go through that whole drama of throwing tantrums and making a scene in public. What would the onlookers think about me! Had I been in the movies I would have been skiing on dollars right now, but that android on the top of that shelf is worth all that money to me for now. So here goes…

Scene 1.

Take 1.

What!! Just 2 minutes. I had not even warmed up. All that effort to prepare the right strategy, to give the perfect performance, all gone to waste. I should probably sue them for this. But later. I have to give a name to him right now.

Hmm… Dr. Doom. That sounds kinda cool. Right! Dr. Doom, your journey to space, fighting good and super heroes, blowing down planets… Yeah! Your future sounds promising.

Mom and Dad look in a slight foul mood. No problem. I know how to fix that up. I’ll complete that ABCD… thing I have been keeping on hold for so long. That will definitely cheer up Mom. Dad just needs a tight hug. He’ll have kisses to go with it today.

I love my parents.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Once upon a time...

There is this half written story/write-up that I have been trying to complete on an incident regarding train travel. Had started it a long time back but am yet to give it a structure. This blog is just for calling all those who would be interested in writing up something on those lines. Its just that it would be fun to read something on common subject.
So if there is anyone who is still reading about it? If you are writing or already have something on it, plz leave a message
I will try completing mine as soon as possible...probably by 1st wek of Feb.
Hakuna Matata

Saturday, January 21, 2006

A vivid memory

And there i was standing on stage; half giggling, half performing; oblivious to the eyes looking aghast at my behavior. It was a singing competition after all. But I guess that’s the child I was; carefree, jovial and ever shielded by innocence, something that got lost with those wonder years.

Friday, January 20, 2006

Hakuna Matata

Hakuna of my most used farewell greeting. Inspired entirely from the animation "Lion King" the meaning of the phrase (from the song) goes as follows...
Hakuna Matata! What a wonderful phrase
Hakuna Matata! Ain't no passing craze
It means no worries for the rest of your days
It's our problem-free philosophy
Hakuna Matata!