Saturday, March 03, 2007

One of my memorable Saturday's!

Waking up on Saturday mornin with a hot mug of tea!

Its 6'o clock early morning on a beautiful saturday in Bangalore. A romantic that I am, the day began with my humming of old Kishore Kumar songs. Subodh was awake gettting ready for his office and as usual, seemed pleased.

"Bro, the new season of 'Weeds' has come out and am getting it", he said with a glint of achievement.

I could hear some movie being played in his computer and so asked him what it was.

"Its the old one-Weeds-Series 1. Remember the last episode where the lady looks in the mirror wearing the DEA jacket. I have reached there", he said.

Above: "Weeds"-Series 1

"Well, fine! Sounds good to me", I said.

Now, I wanted to desperately listen to a song and switched on my laptop.

But, the internet wasn't working. And why would it?

Thanks to my roomie with his set of running torrents, and I can't blame him either because at the end of the day, we are both delighted when we get the things that we want to have a look at.

Anyways, so after getting hold of the bandwidth, I started looking out for some nepali songs on the internet. I remembered Rahul posting me the link from where the user could download songs.

The first link that I came across was "Kanchi hai Kanchi" and it really made me nostalgic. I bet that the feeling is more intense if you have not been home for the last 2 years and it is an early saturday morning.

On clicking the link, I was re-directed to where I came across several other songs that made me feel real good.

Well, now I need to logout from the system. It has been a proven fact that my saturday's and sunday's are more hectic compared to normal weekdays.

I certainly have lots of things to do today- having a haircut, doing the laundry, cleaning up my room, going for a swim with my 'yesterday purchased' swimming gear and going for a movie!

To end this post, here is an irony, the thought for the day!

Too often I would hear men boast of the miles covered that day, rarely of what they had seen. -Louis L'Amour, novelist (1908-1988)

1 comment:

  1. o buro.. you Resham album ko music video ta.. ghin lagdo para le "bon jovi" ko its my life lai copy gare jasto cha ta..