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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Diwali Blues

Hey.. Peeps.. :) So it was Diwali yesterday. Happy Diwali to all my Indian fellow bloggers. Well it was my first Diwali away from home and the most boring one. Yesterday was off, what I've done whole day -Skype with my family, T.V., Facebook, sleeping. In evening we prepared sweet -halwa and lighted candles. 

Every year, mom used to do everything for the festival. I am not even aware of the Aarti of Lord Ganesha & Goddess Lakshmi. But we decided some how we will do it -so we Googled the aarti and downloaded -Thanks Google :)

Yesterday, I missed my home a lot. Well I will not waste much space to explain how much I miss my home, my family. 10:00 p.m. we finished the pooja. Two roomies went to their home -lucky bitches. Today was office, and I felt like there was no Diwali this year. One day off and nothing new. 

I sometimes wake up in morning feeling so ugly -about the way everything is going, though I love my job. It sucks me and I hate it. Such a morning was today's -boring, ugly and lazy like Monday mornings. Its getting cold in Bangalore -I guess I've caught cold. I was home early today and back to loneliness, how much boring it is to have dinner & breakfast alone -I can't explain. Signing out.. may God bless y'all.. :)


  1. Shreya,

    I can understand how it feels on Diwali away from home and that too alone. Hopefully next Diwali you will be home.

    Take care

  2. Replies
    1. :( It was boring at PG. Hope you had a good one. :)


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