Thursday, January 01, 2009

As the new year cometh ...

I find myself almost friendless in Bengaluru! hmm ... thats one thing I really need to work on, this new year.

And talking of resolutions, its been two years to the day since I started experimenting with Vegan/Jain food. There has been some setback on that front. Too much plant meat these days. Need to work on that too.

And contrary to popular opinion that 2008 was a bad year, I have no qualms against it. It was good to me. It started near Times Square with me almost drunk on wine. Hawaii, Vegas, Kualalumpur, Goa, Mysore, Hyderabad, Kudremukha and Trivandrum in a trip year is fine with me. Besides I moved back with Parents and made (few) new friends.

Yes, it was a bit weird fielding calls about my parent's safety in Bengaluru when I was partying in Goa! But the economic woes haven't really had any effect on me except as opportunities. Hope 2009 brings more trips and good movies.

Happy New Year!


Arun said...

goodluck and happy new year.

Anonymous said...

You are so self centred that you think in 2008 everything that happened to you is end of the world.

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