Tuesday, 5 January 2010

Scribbling on empty pages

There's this retarded American thriller about a bunch of teenagers tripping on magic mushrooms and killing each other -  I was watching it on New Year's eve when the clock struck twelve and the world was going berserk. 

I know that it sounds like the most pathetic thing to do on 'such an occasion', but there was nothing more comforting than silence to welcome this particular year. You know how you're almost always certain things will never happen the way you want it to? That's exactly what 2009 taught me. I've finally realized (after a hundred pitfalls) that most of us fall short because we're always waiting for someone else to come fix our lives. We rely on advice, books, teachers, parents, friends, just about anything and everyone we can lean on - except ourselves. This is the year I'm going to start repairing all the damage from the last year. 

So as far as resolutions go,  I'm going to start with getting my hair done and buying myself a new phone to reorganize my friends list. And call the people I've promised to. By March, I should get my bank accounts and investments in line. By July, I hope I'm sitting at a news desk once more poring over stories around the world. And by December, if, and only if I  just manage to muster the right amount of strength, I guess I'll kiss NK goodbye.



4 voices:

Gradwolf said...

If this sounds sarcastic, then it is not. Good luck!

subbulakshmistoned said...

Heya! Came here via blog hopping. And read most of your archives. Big deal? I have an exam tomorrow :D
Love your blog! =)

Meera Vijayann said...

@ Gradwolf - Adi, be nice ;)

@ Subbulaksmistoned - Thank you thank you:)

farustar said...

have far's it gone?