Friday, July 29, 2011

Ready to go...


More 4 days to go … and then I will be in India!!!

I love when packing starts. I don’t like waiting at the airport though and the only ways to entertain myself at the airport are:
  • Read a book
  • Eat a sandwich and drink cappuccino

           I am a great bookworm so I always pack a few books to read when I am feeling bored. In the aircraft I try to go to sleep but it is useless.

We haven’t started packing till now but Mom has ironed our clothes and dusted the suitcase so it will be easier for us. We are mostly taking full-sleeve shirts and pants because in India there are mosquitoes. The only thing I hate is that I am mostly the target for mosquitoes and that really annoys me. L

Kunjunni, Savitri, and Kunjichechi are just as excited as I am. Savitri lives in another city far away, so I wonder how many times I will see her.  

Whenever I get good marks, Dad gives me some pocket money. But I don’t spend, I just save them in my purse.  So I am planning to spend the money in India and enjoy with my cousins. There are wonderful plans like to go to Oberon mall and play games in the kid’s area, dinner at KFC etc.


Get ready folks, I’m on my way!

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Director Janaki


“Daddykins, please teach me how you made that movie?” I pleaded my Dad. Finally Dad picked up the courage to come and teach me. I was overjoyed. Sometimes while he was teaching me he had to give me a few gentle pinches.

By the next day I had mastered how to make a movie with the pictures you have. So while Dad and Mom having their afternoon nap I successfully made a movie that only courageous people could do. But since all family members are there and their faces are shown Dad told me not to show it on the blog. Sorry folks!

This is the movie Dad made first to teach me how to make a movie.


Dad promised that I could take pictures on his camera, so you can expect nice movies of mine in the coming days.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Wonderful days

Last 2 days have been lots of fun. On Sunday this is what happened………………

Alana called us to her home for dinner just like that. We were supposed to go at 9pm. So we had to finish playing by then. Rohini went to Alana’s home, Slomo had gone shopping and Albin was away studying at his home. That left me, Raja, Aisha, and Tolha at the ground. The 4 of us were practicing basketball. Afterwards, we were thirsty and hungry. So we sat on the bench. Then Raja informed us it was 9. He then went home. “Alana told she would come and call us to her home when it was 9” Tolha mumbled. “Well, there is no use waiting now” I told him “Let’s go!”

At Alana’s home aunty greeted us. She told us to go home, change our clothes and freshen up. That we did.

At their home there were only me, the twins (Raja and Rohini), Tolha and Aisha. The food was from outside. Before it came we were watching the movie “Night at the museum”.  Aunty even gave us home made tasty carrot cake.

Dinner was KFC.  I took a few french-fries, one piece of chicken and some coleslaw. The food was yummy and we were all full. Afterwards we went home.

Last night all of us contributed our money enough to buy 2 pizzas. Each of us gave Alana’s mom the money and settled that we would be having 2 family pizzas of chicken and cheese.
When the pizzas came, it was big but the slices were thin so we ate 3 slices without any hesitation. We then drank Pepsi, told jokes and asked riddles. 

What wonderful days!!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Film shooting at home

I have written about my Dad’s home earlier, right people?

But that doesn’t mean I wrote all about it. So here I go:

After grandpa passed away, grandma moved to Bangalore with aunt Smitha. Few months after, they came back for a short vacation and when they reached our house there they saw a sad sight. Few flower pots have been broken and the well had been filled with rubbish. There were few other things that were damaged too. They were puzzled. Obviously there was lot of people who had done this, but whom?

Almost the same time uncle Ajay called us from Bahrain and told that he has seen our house on TV. Some people were shooting a film there.

Now all the puzzle pieces fitted into place. So that meant the film people were looking for a pretty house to shoot a movie. When they saw our home they thought it was a lovely place. With the help of our maid they shot the movie there, damaging a few things as they went by.

So Dad called them and gave a piece of his mind. He would be calling the police if they didn’t repair the house to its normal shape. That made them cold feet and began to fix the house.


Here you can see the movie with scenes of our home.




See our mango tree, well and house; isn’t it beautiful?

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Waiting for holidays

It’s full of excitement these days.  Every day I go swimming with my friends at evening 5:30 and then afterwards we go out to play. The only stumbling block is that the vacations are starting on 13th. That means there are still a few more days left. Our school will then reopen on September 17th 

There are times when Princi makes flames come out of us. Like when he had to change the timings of the school because of the increasing temperature, he made it till 1 pm. That’s still too much. The teacher’s moaned and the children had to groan, but of course behind his back. Before our school used to end at 1:40 pm L

Niharika and Nichiketh already left for vacation. So did Malu and Devu. But there are still many of my friends whom are going on August, the same month in which I am going. Thank God for that!!!!!!!!! J  

Today, I had a nice long chat with my cousins Kunjunni and Kunjichechi. First I was online with Kunjichechi, as her brother was practicing music. Then afterwards, Kunjunni started to chat and Kunjichechi started to practice. Talk about switching!
Kunjunni is going to go by cycle to school just like his sister after the rainy season. I wonder how that will go!!!!!!!!!