Friday, April 25, 2008

Campaigning in progress........





























For those of you curious enough to watch that video on the N2Oposter, I've put it up here.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Ennada Rascala

There’s this cultural meet coming up in my company, and the whole office is divided into five groups. Yesterday, these groups named themselves as 1) 80 Degrees 2) N20 – The Happy Gang 3) Ennada Rascala 4) Speedy Turtles and 5) e-LEMON-ators. Today they are busy popularizing their teams, by designing flyer's and what not. Everywhere you turn you find ad’s depicting their theme and a slogan. Even in the rest room there are flyer's saying ‘You can’t survive on H20 alone, you need N20’ stuff like that. Now I thought the funniest and most original team name was Ennada Rascala… it’s this line that Shah Rukh Khan mouths in the movie “Om Shanthi Om”. Today I saw this flyer put up by the Ennada Rascala team...
Mind it!

Monday, April 07, 2008

Grace and remembrance be to you both.

There are three things that last: faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is love. Corinthians 13:13

So my brother’s engagement is finally over and I am so glad for him, though at the same time a wee bit apprehensive bout the whole thing that should follow next, yeah the big W thing. I mean I am more nervous for his wedding than I was for mine. Well, everybody has to get married and move on… and I did it too, but I am still living the best of both worlds. I hope it is the same for him…. he’s the most funniest guy I know and most of the time when he is around, I laugh till the tears fall…he has always been that way, and I hope that doesn’t change.
So here's to you bro, I hope you live an enchanted life....

P.S: I am yet to watch that movie....

Friday, April 04, 2008

Unpredictable Wonders.....

If I could wish for something right now, I would wish to be in school. No, not my childhood days school, but the school I used to work in earlier with special children. Today is the school annual day and I am here, wondering how they are doing. Before I got married I made a pact with myself that I would not miss the annual day, no matter where I was or what I was doing. It's not even a year and I already broke that pact.... I feel like a traitor. It's not like the programs are awesome or the plays perfect, its just that after months and months of practice, you see them performing on stage and you know that this is as far as you could go. Even a year of practice won't be able to make much of a difference. But what makes it all worthwhile, is the unpredictable stuff that these kids come out with. It's all so funny... and that's what we remember in the years to come.

Right now they must be in the midst of chaos and still loving it all. I was there last annual day... and it was exhilarating. Just making the whole thing work while maintaining your sanity at the same time.... there's nothing like that. I mean the kids love to perform and stuff, but they don't understand the whole stage thing. For instance, there was this peacock dance we had, so we get the kid all ready in her peacock colour green (one piece) suit and the head gear and the magnificent tail is all attachedand she is all ready for her dance which starts in a few minutes... and we are waiting to position her on stage, when she turns and says I want to go to the bathroom. You should have seen the look on all of our faces.... Then once an autistic boy just jumped off the stage and walked away during his show... stuff like that happens all the time.

I gotta wait till at least 9pm to call them up (the school) and find out how it went....