Sunday, February 19, 2012

Time to grow up?

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No, this is not the bed of a six year old. This is my bed. And the only thought that crosses my mind when I look at this picture is - the correct time to have started therapy was probably about five years ago.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Just take a deep breath!

Apparently, there's an iPhone app that does this. So if anybody out there is still in a mind-altered state from breathing in too much Valentine's Day craziness, and getting all pee-in-your-pants excited about the fact that someone actually went to the trouble of getting a Costa Coffee barista to do this especially for you, I would like to take this opportunity to say- JUST! CALM! DOWN!

P.S- And by 'anybody', I mean 'me'.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

When the world seems to shine, like you've had too much wine, that's Amore.

I love Happily Ever Afters. Especially since they're a part of the same fairytales that begin with 'Once Upon a Time'. And doesn't everyone just love a good fairytale? I'm not averse to participating ever so slightly in the V-Day madness myself, but only just a little. Just kind of, like, dipping my toe into the swirling cesspool of red heart-shaped balloons, teddy bears, chocolate, cards, flowers, diamonds, and what-have-you. The thing I HAVE TO DO, and that makes me feel warm to the tips of my extremities, (though I suspect that it could also be the wine working), is watching 'Love, Actually'. HAVE.TO.DO. Even though it is a mush-fest that was made to set the cash registers ringing at the box office during the Christmas holidays in 2003, I LOVE IT!

Friday, February 03, 2012


I know it is. Staying away for so long. But pardon me, for here I am once again.

I wanted to write about something funny. Some amusing anecdote, some humorous incident, where I could pretend that life happens in Emmy Award-winning, comedic, half-hour slots. But who would I be fooling? Mostly, just myself. Everyone can continue living in the State of  Maharashtra, or the State of Missouri, or wherever they live. I'd just rather continue living in the State of Denial. Everything here is just better, brighter, happier. People are nicer, and things actually turn out the way you want them to.