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Chandler's Claw

So its a nice sunday today. I am all cried out, since I watched Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. I know, lame, cheesy, corny, stupid, people will say all this, but I cant help it. It's my all time favorite, and I always cry at the last shot, lucky for me Karan wasn't home to take the video. 

My hot tea and chips made me feel better, so now I thought why not update my blog. Last night, I changed the look of my blog, made categories and different pages for my work. I am hoping to keep changing and updating all the sections. (Lets see).

Two days of handwork went into making my new design. (I love sketching and since the past two months I hadn't drawn anything). So finally I took a huge A3 size paper and sketched a phoenix, which is displayed on my page titled "work". Now why a phoenix? Answer- It's Dumbledore's pet, name- Fawkes! Duh! A Phoenix is a loyal beautiful bird, who can carry huge weights and their tears have magical properties of healing. Haha. Sorry, childish and juvenile, but I love Harry Potter. Thus I sketched it.

Sadly the work was so intricate and the paper was huge, that my hand looked weird last night. Have you seen that episode in Friends where Chandler plays Miss Pacman (or Miss Chandler - ardent Friends Fan will understand) the whole day and then he gets "the claw". That's exactly what happened. My hand actually looked like a "Claw". Finally after exercising my wrist and palms for few minutes it was ok...

I am bored. I have some reading to do. Neuropsychology started in college and we have extreme detail study of the Brain. Did you know the outer layer of the brain is grey, the actual brain is white and it weighs 1.5kgs. Ok, this is boring. I'll stop.

My Biography of Indira Gandhi (book), is going very slow. I am honestly exhausted reading it as its really heavy. I think i'll just take a break, read something lighter for a while. 

Its been a long weekend. I have a holiday tomorrow..may start a new sketch. (Lets see)

 I have been planning to plant Roses in my window sill for a week now. Before, everyday I would see a man selling plants everywhere. Every road you can find a cart selling plants, and now suddenly when I am planning to buy and plant Roses, suddenly not a single one on the road! This always happens though, I have noticed. What used to be there always suddenly disappears when you want it. Guess hopefully the man may turn up so I can finally buy the Rose and plant it. (Lets see).

Peace.

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  1. hhmmm... cool, u really know to make gud use of ur time when free, and ur blog is looking alot well organised, and ya even remember that epsd in frnds where they just die to play pacman,
    any ways tc....

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