Month: December 2010

The Year End Recap & Resolutions

Have been less frequent on the blog owing to concentrating on getting this blog up.

I’m back to do a quick recap as it is that time of the year when you get nostalgic. It was a much better year professionally and personally than last year and my best moments of the year were:

Undoubtedly MDH’s biggest surprise on my birthday

The arrival of my little princess Ira – my sister’s little angel.

The amazing self-planned Swiss-Austria Trip. I fell in love with Europe – especially Salzburg (And that reminds me; my Austria chronicles are still pending)

My kid brother’s wedding where we 8 cousins got together after ages.

The podcasts with Ayaz Memon – to be able to get back to blogging on cricket and to get this opportunity was a great feeling. The podcasts will continue into the World Cup.

And finally, the much awaited shift at my workplace – looking forward to the new role in the coming year.

New Year Resolutions:

I’ve been hopeless in my reading habit for the last few years – so it’s time to cut down on the online addiction and get back to all the pending books on my shelf

Learn new cuisines – maybe take up cooking courses or classes – craving to learn more about my new love

To  the one thing I’ve lost over the years – my love for research – I need to get back to it.

Find time for everything – cut down the laziness and that means the first thing I need to do is get up early and take my walks!

Let me see how the new year shapes up!

Have a wonderful new year all of you!

I’m done with my new year resolutions and don’t intend to break them – tell me about yours.

Another year…

As another year goes by , you may want to look back and recollect  –

The good, the bad and the ugly,

The people who stood by you and the people who hurt you,

The changes life went through and the challenges that lie ahead,

The little angels to whom you are their favourite uncle & your favourite nephews who were taken away from you cause a few adult egos were hurt,

The relationships that grew stronger and the relationships that fell apart,

The friends who grew closer and the new ones who added joy,

The best friends who moved to different lands but don’t let a day go by without missing you,

The happiness you brought people and the sadness some caused you,

That every year brings a basket full of blessings and a pocket full of miseries,

That you need to remind yourself of only the pleasant experiences.

As we grow older & mature  a lot of things change but some remain unchanged and constant – 

The love of your mother, the pride of your father, the naughtiness of your little sister,

The warmth of your mother-in-law, the smile on the faces of your nieces,

The bliss of a loving family and the peace of nurtured friendships,

And more than anything else – the wife who drives you mad every day, every moment but can’t stop loving you for every single moment of her life…..

So as another year passes by and a new one dawns – we all get together to wish you like we do every year – HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY DARLING – may all your wishes come true on this day and in the year to follow and only happiness and love surround you forever!


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