Friday, 31 January 2014

Week 4 of 52 Lists, Your Future and Current Goals and Aims

Hmm... here goes : 
1. Pass 12th
2. Give my 4th year exam for music
(If you'd had asked me about it one week ago, this would've been on my list) 
3. Attend a Literature Festival and/or a Concert
4. Participate in a Food Marathon (the eating kind)
This is turning out to be my bucket list. Dayum.
5. Pass my 10th Exams
6. NOT get a boyfriend in school.
( EDIT, Jan,2016 :As of now, and there are two more months of school, in which time I shall be buried under a giant pile of numbers and theories,I am boyfriend-less. Yay!-on my successful endeavour to have a happening life!)
Yep. That's an aim. I don't have to try very hard to achieve it. 
7. Read 30 books in a year
Yeah - right!
8. Own a puppy and name him 'Voldy'.
9. Get into a good college.
That is number nine on my list of priorities. Gosh. -_-
10. Pay more attention to my writing.
11. Go on a road trip with friends
12. Not smoke. Like - ever.
13. Sponsor a child's education.
14. Beat someone up real bad. 
I seriously dont know why thats an aim, really. o_O

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Week 3 of 52 Lists, Things you should be proud of

I had to reaaally dig deep for this one, but I've finally come out with a list of things that I am really, genuinely proud of. 
1. I started reading at the age of two
2. I hold one degree in German, and four in Music
3. I survived 2012 and ninth grade together
4. I have an eidetic memory
5. I speak four languages
6. My blog
7. I can roll my tongue
8. I play(ed) tennis
9. I will never knowingly harm anyone else
10. I survived two degree Celsius weather in cotton socks
11. I can type very fast
12. My best friend and family
13. I read Harry Potter in the second grade
14. I play the sitar


Saturday, 18 January 2014

School is Overrated

I often hear my father reminiscing about his school days. Our teachers more than often remind us that these are "our golden years". I've read countless articles expressing the same views. But when I relate it to my life, I get depressed to think about the quality of my "golden years". Frankly - school seems a tad bit overrated. Every single day, after I've dragged myself out of bed(and might I mention - my Blankie), met the minimum parameters of looking civilised, been chased down the street by a crazy dog, literally run after my bus, and finally slouched into my seat in class - all I want to do is crawl back home. But its not over yet - its only just started! After seven exhausting,and seemingly endless periods, several interviews regarding "what my book is doing at home", and several more sessions of "standing up straight during prayer", I have NO energy left in me. Oh - and did I mention the projects? It takes me THREE hours longer t make that shit than it took the teacher to think of it. And after I've poured my blood and sweat onto a sheet of paper, she takes ONE look at it, comments on how the border's color combination could be better and gives me a FOUR out of ten.( Also, this was a SCIENCE project, so my color combination skills were not in question)Also, there's the world class cuisine they serve to us in the canteen. You can find everything here, from spring rolls that have been fried in the same oil for the entire session, to patties that have been on the shelves since before I was born. I can see why they call it our golden years. -_-

Saturday, 11 January 2014

Week 2 of 52 Lists, Greatest Comforts

Its been pretty bleak lately, so the list of my "Greatest Comforts" was actually very appealing to me. Here goes :
1. Chocolate
2. The Vlogbrothers
3. Sleeping with my mommy
4. Coldplay
5. Reading Harry Potter
6. Blanky
7. Talking to my best friends
8. Rain
9. Bubble Wrap!
10. Sniffing old pages of books
11. Soup
12. Hot Showers
13. Woolen Socks
14. Hearing my mum sing