Monday, November 26, 2012

Hello friends

Dear friends,

I hope all of you are in good health and enjoying life in fullest. Lately I have too busy to find out little time to put on my blog. I know, for a long time I didn’t write a single post. Actually so many posts are pending, that I don’t know what to write first. I can’t make the priority list. I want to tell you my Labor Day outing, the great Halloween day in my sonny’s school, my shopping spree on Black Friday night. However, I yet to finish them currently I’m struggling to finish the assignments of my course. I’m desperately trying to write down all of them and to post in my blog.

Till then, enjoy!!!



Monday, November 12, 2012

Diwali - The festival of lights

I’m so busy during this diwali that I can’t even think of making any sweets. This Dussera I didn’t make any sweets. So, today morning I decided to make some sweets by any means. In the morning I thought of making 4-5 kind of sweets. However, I was so busy that I ended up by making only three types.

When I have sat down to write this, one very funny incident came in my mind. It was long, long back. I was probably three years old, at that time.  My father bought some fire cracker to celebrate diwali. I was pretty excited since morning. I insisted my mother to allow me to burst some cracker in the morning. Somehow, she resisted me. As soon as it became dark I started jumping out of joy. That was the first time in my life I was going to burst crackers. Actually I had no idea about that. Everything was arranged in the verandah, and my father asked me to join him. I jumped and went to his side. He bursted one cracker, and that scared me so much that I ran from there to hide behind a door. Nobody at home made me to come out of there. I waited there until all the crackers were bursted. Then I came out from behind the door. Till date my mother tells me this whenever she get chance.  

In my life I bursted fire cracker only 2-3 time. As an environment concerned person, my father doesn't like to burst crackers. He always discouraged us to do that. In my childhood I used to feel very sad during Diwali. However, at this age I only love only to put candles.  

A very very happy and safe Diwali to all of my blogger friends.