SO guys I’m just your typical girl who starts her senior year in a day. And nope, I’m not excited since I just finished writing my finals this morning. Yay.(note the sarcasm)
A short time ago I was this person who used to whine about everything that came her way. Now I’m determined to change that, and maybe change the people who have a similar attitude, too. So I’ll just post about stuff that happened to me and we’ll try to see atleast ONE advantage from the situation.
For example I just said that I wasn’t happy with my senior year starting so soon. BUT…..
1. I get to meet my friends again
2. Maybe I’ll graduate early
3. I’ll be learning something instead of sitting on this couch the whole day long and becoming a couch potato.

So you see??? THIS is how my blogs are going to work!!
Toodles for today!!


“Don’t Marry a Muslim”

Shows how many people in the world have a personal vendetta against muslims for some reason.

Sumedh Natu

My grandmother slit her wrists today.

To assure the inquisitive, prying world it had nothing to do with the inner politics of the family, I was asked to stick to the discussed story that she found out she had an incurable injury. The truth is she couldn’t handle the apparent shame my actions in the past two months had brought our prestigious family name.

Everyone in India barks about tradition. They say our country stands tall on an intellectual platform because we’ve been following a social structure that’s been untouched for centuries. One of the core ideas behind this structure is absolute obedience towards elders. The logic is easy enough to understand. They have more experience. The possibility of them making the right decision in a dilemma is higher. Tradition, I have been told is the platform for a good family life.

Except that I flouted this rule.

I fell…

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