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Apr 5, 2010

indeed,i have no idea what i am to write today. the only think i know for certain is that i have been longing to write. or is it just me shying away from the work that i should be doing instead? i should be working on the drawings!

any how, who cares, i will probably finish them not when i should, when i have time, but by staying up the whole night. we students are like that. and i don;t think any one should blame us for it either. apart from our selves when we are still sitting in front of the computer working in CAD and wishing that we had finished the work while the sun was up. you miss the bed terribly when you know you can't afford to go to sleep

which movie invariably makes me shade tears ? P.S i love you. born free and a few others. [p.s i am quite smitten with Gerard Butler at the moment as Hugh Jackman is happily married] though i didn;t know he was Scottish, i thought he was Irish he he , and my he is 40! lol that says it, i don;t really know anything about him.

i celebrated earth hour. and it was fun, it always is, the main thing i enjoy about it is the peace~ THE BLESSED PEACE! we don;t even realize how much noise there is in our every day lives because of the electronic appliances . i enjoy it when the TV is off, the lights are off and only a single candle tries to light the room, the conversation between the family at that times seems so wonderful. and the time just stretches out. an hour seems like two. that makes wonder, how much more time we would have if we were not to use so many electronic al things? like, a lot of time. we think that the appliances save us a lot of work and time, but think/ is it really so? apparently not. they do save us a lot of work no doubt but then we forget to make the right choices. sometimes . a quite evening at home should not include watching TV. unless the whole family is doing it together, watching something that they all like. but nonetheless it does minimise our time for holding meaningful conversations.

spring came and summer overtook it. the flowers are still here and more will be coming as the heat increases, today when i went out, i felt my skin burning, despite the sun screen, so yeah ! the famous Indian Summer is here. summers hold their own charm, so i will not say anything against it. i particularly like the start studded nights , i love  sleeping on the terrace. but the thing i want the most at the moment is to be able to relax, let go of all my worries, or not to have any dead lines/worries --preferably. lie back with an old hard bound book and something good and cool to drink. something like in the picture up here. that would be bliss. but still, i am not too bad. i should just be a good girl and finish my assignments and everything shall be fine. 

i am reading strangers in the Night by Ruskin Bond and the city of dreaming books. going veryyyy slow on both. at the moment.

i hate if when a few people that you hold dear start talking very less with you. without any apparent reason. and you just can;t figure out the problem. why,,, why do people expect me to be omnipotent! ! i can;t read your mind folks!! grow up and tell me if you have a problem with me. i won;t bite! i will honestly try and make it up to you if you are offended. i think i do hold a lot of power at offending. i fancy my self a straight speaker of my mind. i say what i feel and say it when something wrong is being done. but i am not churlish.

i am worrying a little about my trees out front. they are growing very slowly. we are cutting down on the water usage. if we can. the summer brings the anxiety about water. i think the people that live in the hot areas know what the term "save water" actually means. i was very shaken when our professor told us the difference of water usage between India and America in the water tank designing class.
we use 40 lt water per person per day, and an average American uses 350 lt per person per day. how come? and it is a fact!

anyhow, enough for now. i will get back to work, cheers to every one and happy Easter to those who celebrate it.

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