Mar 13, 2011 - Scribblings    2 Comments

Where are you?

My intention of starting this blog was to blog for the joy of blogging, to write down random ramblings and to document my life. The only people I expected to read this was my real family and the people I think as my family.

But soon it became an obsession and started growing on me. I started writing down every thing in my life, and it grew to a point where I didn’t want to do something, cuz, if I did, I would have to write it down in here. I felt it during the Tata Jagriti Yatra where I had to note down the details somewhere so that I would remember it when I was blogging here. It was not fun anymore.

So the easiest way to win over it was to not do it. The lazy side of me took over and I just did nothing.

Okay, that’s the intro. First of all, a Happy New Year! (Lets start with the rituals)

New Year Resolutions for 2011:

  1. Learn Swimming. [Done]
  2. Take Passport and use it. [Done]
  3. Set-up a passive income source. [Done]

Just three for this year, let me keep it simple this time.

What’s New?

Well, to start with, Tata Jagriti Yatra was a hell of an experience. I wouldn’t call it a tour (now I get why the TJY team said its not a pleasure ride over and over). We had fun, but living in a train bunk for 18 days was a challenge in itself, not to mention the extreme temperatures of the north and the train-smelling-food.

At Deoria

Frozen At Deoria

 

But having survived the tour makes me feel like a Been-There-Done-That Person. Also made a bunch of really cool friends. The TJY experience cannot be said in words, its something much more than that. I will always cherish those 18 days and the friends I made.

Photos of TJY on Picassa – on Flickr. Summary of TJY 2010: The Yatra Saar

After TJY, I am working on a project with @TheAnand and @KenneyJacob. Details of the project are classified ๐Ÿ˜‰ We moved from Kaloor to Panambilly Nagar, we have a better home now!

Then I went on a tour to Mysore last month. A friend of mine from school, Sajay, is doing his final year MBBS. Spent a couple of days with him and Aswin (another friend who came with me) and met his friends. The trip was a blast!

Sajay Aswin and Me (top to bottom)

Pics – this way.

p.s: I just saw the Japan Tsunami videos on TV tonight. Wondering how they are keeping up with their lives.

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