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I will not forget you...I have carved you on the palm of My hand. (Isaiah 49:15-16)

Here are a few pictures taken in school, when the guys and me dropped by one fine beautiful monday.


 



I showed them the school chapel, and this is what they did there...


At a roadside 'cafe', where we stopped on the way back to drink sarbath.

Comments

chronicwriter said…
saw the same fotos in sajeeve's blog with my face in horizontal position....
chronicwriter said…
hop down to my blog sometime
PurpleHeart said…
So u r down home, for a visit ?
I came down for my exams, sandhya.
mazhalai said…
enjoy stay at home
ScRiBbLeR said…
I asked THE MAHATHMA where the school is located & he ignored me calling me a terrorist..
You could tell me.. :)
The name of the school is Santhi Nilayam, School for the Mentally Challenged. It is located in Paruthivilai, near Nagercoil. It's an amazing place, piece of paradise...
The Mahatma has a warped sense of humour... but you can't blame him, his brain works faster than the average human.
The Mahathma said…
i am missing ammu and girish Iyer
Jude said…
hyphenated-surnames don't automatically make you famous you know... But actually it sounds quite okay.
The Mahathma said…
I said I am missing ammu
I saw ammu and girish iyer today... goin there tomorrow too.

Jude, you can have hyphenated surnames too...
Anju said…
I was just about to say that you could write a post if you have time to comment on mine! Are the exams done? how's it going?
Jude said…
ammu... reminds me of the bad margarita with raw egg white that I had with her once
my dad was a disco duck in the mid 70's, so i am not really sure... let's just say, i am not tepid. ;)
The Mahathma said…
I am also going to keep in touch with jude here :p
Jude said…
what is a disco duck?
shouldn't you be asking Qball (Quiana) that on her page jude? I am curious too....
The Mahathma said…
Hi Jude :-)
The Mahathma said…
A disco duck is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disco_Duck

http://www.foxy-productions.com/DiscoDuck.html
Jude said…
Hi mahathma! Who is this karen person interrupting our conversations?
Jude said…
Btw i'm in trivandrum, watching an angry arabian sea
The Mahathma said…
hahaha! why am i not able to expand and view ur stuffed chicken! why have u uploaded thumbnails!
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