Nov 26, 2010

What has happened since?

Just a quick glance at earlier posts and updates on what has happend since:

* Remember  my plight looking for the moon in "Honey, where is the moon" ? -  Well, the moon has returned safe and sound and it has been honey moon ever since...

* Also, my Shocking Surprise is now over as the mustache has grown back

* No, couldn't show the butterflies to the star that landed in my Conversation with the Stars, as when I woke up I realized it was all just dream...

* The invitation is still open, you are Welcome to our Kitchen !

* Haven't got another chance to sit down with the Girl in the Mirror

* Some snacks did return to work, but I ended up sharing with the team, everyone said, "Mmm Mmm good! "

* That is right, I still don't LOL

* My Cuckoo clock is doing well.

So, what has happened since at your end?

9 comments:

A said...

NRIGirl,

His hair are also long :)

From my side, I still have short hair. No drastic change in physical appearance and no change in psychological makeup - still a crack :)))

A said...

Oh yes one more thing...someone does not reply to my emails

Bikramjit Singh Mann said...

well nothing exciting a bit of sad news .. work has been exciting with idiots on road and colddd :)

and u inviting us to ur kitchen let me tell u i eat a lotttttttt :)

NRIGirl said...

@A! No way, you can't be a crack!

And, now I did respond to your email in detail... Kindly excuse the delay.

@Bikramjit! No problem, I know you are a great cook too, so Com'on over...

Emily, Ruby Slipper Traveller said...

Haha, I liked this post. Do you know the song "Honey and the Moon?"

bhawna said...

@NRIGirl i read your post "Oct 13th 1996 G.T. Express Memories" ..plz dnt mind but people say that South Indians do not consider themselves to be a part of India..is that true??And about Hindi language they boycott the use of it...

Also about Delhi i tell i always hear people saying "Delhiites are rude people but actually now a days in the state 80% crowd is from outside Delhi including rikshaw wallas, Autorikshaw drivers and most of the working class & students etc... These are the people who are spoiling Delhi..But real Delhiite (who has done schooling and college from Delhi) are actually very forward people...

Through my words you may feel i am biased but believe me they are not that selfish as people have in mind...

But state has changed a lot now..Don't worry when you visit next time i make sure you'll not get cheated ;) and will make you familiar with the real Punjabi culture...

NRIGirl said...

@Bhawna! South Indians very much consider our self part of India, but in my case I hadn't expected the diversity elsewhere in other states. Of course not knowing the national language is a pit fall.

From private tuitions I have some read/write knowledge on Hindi and can follow a conversation or movie about 90% of time. I consider that a privilege. Parents have to teach their kids Hindi whether the govt is for it or against it! All Indians must know Hindi!!

Just from a day's visit I can not generalize Delhi people. It is the local vendors, rikshaw walls who we feared - but that is the same case in Chennai too. So can't blame it on Delhi alone...

Oh! how I wish we could plan a Delhi trip soon - now that you have offered to help us around... Thank you!

SG said...

Nice post. Holiday season. Quite a few parties to attend. Involved in 2 special projects which takes my whole time and less time for writing/reading blogs. Likely to go out of the country for 2 months beginning February (work combined with vacation).

NRIGirl said...

How nice to hear from you again @SG!

Enjoy the parties, projects and travel; don't forget to update us every now and then...

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