Archive for February, 2010

A big fat sorry!

I have not been blogging for a really long time. I really must say a big, fat sorry to everyone who has been kind and gracious enough to post comments. I am sorry about not having replied to many of them Рthough I can assure you, that I have read and re-read each and everyone of them before approving them.

Sometimes I keep wondering if I should go in for anonymous blogging – I can atleast me more honest and vociferous about my views. Maybe its part of the process of growing up..but many a time I feel so ashamed or embarrassed about something I had blogged earlier – especially personal stuff. And sometimes I even want to delete the whole blog, when I get ribbed about it by colleagues. ….Maybe there really is a strong case for anonymous blogging.

And in other ways, my views have mellowed down – more a live and let live policy…so I really wonder if I should strike down this blog and start another afresh. I sometimes think that I should start a crafts blog as I love most of the domestic arts – knitting, crotchet, embroidery – but then that will have to wait till I buy my spectacular new Camera..!!! ūüôā

I have been saving up for a camera for months…Hoping to get a really good one…Wouldn’t really mind if it was second-hand and I was getting it from people I know.¬† What else is new?¬†Nothing much other than that I’m living in the same old flat – minus one cat. Our cat has decided to seek wider horizons and has left us in the pursuit of new adventures. Of course, ocassionally his highness deigns to visit us.¬†It amuses me to look back and think about why I hadn’t named the cat. Since we were shifting houses and cats – are more house-bound than people-bound – I thought it would be best if I didn’t get too attached to it by naming it. But when we shifted to our new house about one kilometre away from the old one, we found that our cat had also followed suit and taken up residence in our new abode. I was so over-the-world thrilled with it,¬†spent¬†many happy hours playing with our sweet little ball of¬†fur and consequently did get too attached to it. Now that its become an occasional visitor I¬†find that I¬†miss it terribly and wish I¬†had named it.¬†It sounds so cold and formal saying, “I do miss that cat.” ¬†¬†Which one? ” “Oh, the ginger-brown one.” It would have been nice to have named it “Tigger”¬† – it did resemble Tigger from¬†Winnie the pooh.


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