Thursday, August 07, 2008

When everything changes

Just when you think that everything has fallen into a routine of unvarying regularity, life goes whack again. I'm not complaining though; stability is quite over-rated.

18 comments:

kaya said...

And that my dear is the bestest part of life.
Nothing worse than mediocrity.
Sah?

Accha sunno, Im sending you a facinating link which a friend forwarded to me.
Tell me what you think.

http://www.durgarising.com/film

Parth said...

I think it comes in phases. There are months where you wish things would just stabilize and others where you want to be shaken out of your stupor!

Shubha said...

The only thing constant is Change!! I have realsied this after moving 3 countries in the last 4 years :-) Just when you think you've settled down..it's time to pack your bag again....

Sneha said...

Much agreed! :-)

Radha said...

Kaya,
Interesting! Have you seen the documentary? Durga-festival is more an east-indian celebration; and I've been a Bombay girl; so I've never really seen a big Durga festival in real life. Would love to watch this docu.

Parth,
True!

Shubha,
3 countries in 4 years happened to me too (India, Dubai & Singapore)! Yes, how I would hate to move again!

Sneha,
Hey, how are you doing?

Sneha said...

Hey Radha - doing okay. Work crazy busy for the past few weeks! Haven't gotten around to watching any of those movies yet, can you believe? :-(

Fighter Jet said...

Chnage is good! :)

kaya said...

Nah! I have not seen it. Just had the link sent.
I know in Kolkatta, Durga Puja is huge, and even in Bangladesh, Durga Puja and Buddho Purnima are celebrated quite extensively.
Friends of ours, got my daughter this adorable white saree with a red border. She was 4 years old, and she looked so cute.
I would like to get my hand on the docu though.

Satyajit said...

yea. bindra just shattered my settled world (in a good way) with the gold....

Jayne said...

I honestly thought I'd reached the stage where I'd stay here for another 2yrs (as is Hubs' Plan) then ride off (on the bike of course) into the sunset & semi-retirement.
Hubs has been offered a new job.
My world has been turned upseide down.
In my current mood Radha hon, I absolutely loathe change.
*sigh*

Moi said...

i at my end am struggling to find the meaning of "settling down".
Hope all's fine with you though............take care!!!!

Sneha said...

Hey Radha - I've added the link to your blog under the 'friends' section of my blog. Hope that's ok :-)

Padma said...

I wish I could agree with you that stability is overrated, but when life's wacky for way too long, man do you wish for something stable to hold onto. Stability is important methinks, monotony is a bit much, but thats not what I am talking about...

Moi said...

radha, i came across this in today's edition of NY Times and thought you'd enjoy it . Some of the paintings (i'd say most of them) are incredibly beautiful.....

http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/08/20/arts/design/20080820_BOSE_SLIDESHOW_index.html

Moi said...

radha, i came across this in today's edition of NY Times and thought you'd enjoy it . Some of the paintings (i'd say most of them) are incredibly beautiful.....

http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/08/20/arts/design/20080820_BOSE_SLIDESHOW_index.html

Moi said...

let me know if you did not get the link

kaya said...

Kuch nayya ho jaye?
Pray you are well.

suramya said...

I wouldn't complain either but I do miss those humdrum days :)