"Never judge a book by its cover"
First impressions do count for a lot with me..But thanks to SP, I’ve learnt to be non-judgmental so there have been more than a few occasions when my perceptions of a person have drastically changed after knowing them over a period of time.. But seldom has it happened that someone I knew very well did something that was totally unexpected...something that made me feel so insignificant and worthless. Yesterday was one of those rare, rare occasions...
AN, I know blood is thicker than water and I can understand what you must have gone through..And believe it or not, whatever happened in the past is not something even I am proud of.. And considering things have been anything but amicable these last 18 months, it was very brave of you to do what you did yesterday. While most of us (me included) would have been more than content sorting it out over phone or mail, I really appreciate the trouble you took to apologise in person... Mebbe there is something I can learn from this..Sorry I could not join for dinner but I hope the food at Casa Picola was good :-)
Moving on.....Was sieving through some really old mails yesterday night and chanced to see one from Pranav, my roomie and best buddy from SP days..Pranav, as my batchmates from SP will testify, was the quintessential charmer - a guy no gal could resist.. And this was partly due to his varied interests like walking (there are no bylanes in Andheri where he hasn't left his footprints alongwith the "season's flavor"), guitar and horoscopy.. I can't think of a single woman who hasn't shown him her palm, had her future read and then accepted to go out for a dinner/movie date with him :-)) Chalo bahut tareef kar diya..The mail which I saw yesterday was one in which he seems to have actually devoted some time in reading and analyzing my kundali :-) And you know what, he has predicted that I will get married by Feb 2005 :D Since the customer is late today, I was joking about this to Tom and surprise of all surprises, this is her take on this...
"Kaise aashiq ho aap? Aakhir intezaar bhi koi cheez hoti hai........Aashiq to woh hote hain jo kahe... "Tu aa mat, par aane ka wada to kar..............hum tere intezaar mein hi jilenge"
Arre waah waah.... Waaki Chhupa Rustom nikle aap...Lets compile a book of ur shaayris, Tom, and have a reading session at Crosswords...ROFLLLL :D
Ok, onto some serious stuff now...Raksha Bandhan is around the corner and I've yet again run short of ideas for gifting.. Have two adorable cousins, Vardini and Janani who are absolute dahlings.. so junta, suggestions plssssssssss..
And yes.. Sibeee, Senjey, Sendosh, Enend, Dheevya and all my Mellu frends... Onam Aashamsagal……………Thanks Bhabhi for the coaching classes :-)