Indian Ameri

Monday

GPS

“How about a trip to Texas in December?”
Calculating. Destination: Texas – Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi Island, Dallas.
“Why don’t we go somewhere for New Year?” Recalculating……..
“Yup, I’ll also come”, Recalculating……..
“Hey man, how about a plan for New Year?” Recalculating……..
“I am in da” Recalculating……..
“Machi I’d love to join you guys” Recalculating……..
“No probs Hari. Am in” Recalculating……..

“Machi I am leaving to India on the 2nd afternoon. Give me 12 hrs to get ready for the flight” Recalculating……..
“Looks tight da” Recalculating……..
“Budget should be lesser Hari” Recalculating……..
“I’ve got work, not sure if I can make it” Recalculating……..
“Friday should be fine” Recalculating……..
“Am not sure. Am the only girl” Recalculating……..
“Jet skiing and parasailing” Recalculating……..
“New Year at Austin” Recalculating……..
“I won’t come if he couldn’t make it” Recalculating……..
“If he won’t then even I would drop” Recalculating……..

“Am definitely dropping. Yet not sure” Recalculating……..
“Am the only person who doesn’t know both languages” Recalculating……..
“OPT ra” Recalculating……..
“Long drive man” Recalculating……..
“Tiresome man” Recalculating……..
“Schedule might be tight” Recalculating……..
“I need a separate room” Recalculating……..
“You guys pulled me in” Recalculating……..

“What about me?” Recalculating……..
“Am not sure ra” Recalculating……..
“No. You guys carry on. I’ll be fine staying alone for New Year” Recalculating……..
“No way two cars” Recalculating……..
“9 is hard man in the van” Recalculating……..
“Am dropping ra. Same reasons” Recalculating……..
“8 means am in” Recalculating……..

Recalculating……..
Recalculating……..
Recalculating……..

Puff!!!!..... The GPS smoked. Destination: Lost……
Yup! A month of toiling my brains out for a plausible option of assembling all the puzzle blocks finally ended, with one puzzle lost in the jumble. Hope, I didn’t become the missing pillar puzzle. Hope, is all I have amidst the force of guilt. Though am not entirely satisfied with the decision I’d taken, it definitely, shall pave way for a better future. Good thing: Management and networking skills went up by a margin. “You know the good part about all those executions in Texas? Fewer Texans” - Life is Worth Losing. Adding to it, ‘And the best part is, I was not one of them’.


Other random/common things happening in life:
Taare Zameen Par Title song just overtook Yuhi Chala in my all time favorites. Is it just me or the world? Nobody uploaded Mushkil Kushaa from Dus Kahaaniyaan in Youtube. Siru Parvaiyalee from Bheema and Unnarugayil from Kaloori are still ranking the tops for two weeks. Hinder - Lips of an Angel, Strings - Anjaane and Jhoomo Re - Yaar Sajan keeps on blaring as I walk.

My first edit of the paper had on an average 2 corrections per page (I did a great job and am all energized). Had my first ride of a Harley. Had my first night out with all roomies yesterday (including my bro) and it was all in my room (no restaurant finally). Just learnt, that I use the word ‘Angha’ (as in fencing) for representing rain to my friends. I miss biking in winter. Saw Charlie Wilson’s War (not recommended for people who don’t know about how Afghanistan), National Treasure (Bullshit! The first part was awesome), Russell Peters full show in Canada and listened to Life is Worth Losing (Bill Cosby is still the best). Played ‘Wild Goose Chase’ from IIML's Manfest (Thanks Soorji). Was lazy enough to hit the couch not once but thrice for sleeping and now I can feel my back muscles tightened. And finally, locked doors fine, but no lights in the department coz it’s a day before Christmas stumbled me (really I did stumble over my own foot in the dark). What am I doing in the lab, when it’s all deserted? Ah, one more, for you Abhi – (Partial Tag): I don’t like watching James Bond movies, but I like a lot watching Sean Connery acting. :D
posted by Hariharasudhan Cd at Monday, December 24, 2007

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