And I finally read it :’) The happiness you get from reading a Harry Potter book can not really be matched (unless of course, when your mum is making Dal Makhni for lunch that is xD) I won’t say I didn’t like this book, but yes, I didn’t exactly love it. And that’s good. This book was adventure and emotion mixed together to bring out tears.
It’s been one hell of a week.
First week in the new house has been satisfactory. It’s small and cute. And so cool. Temperature wise. The Electricity bill is definitely going to drop down.
Although there has been quite a lot trouble with no internet. (Bro’s still researching on the best packs :3) To add on, there has been no newspaper. I am somewhat paranoid about not seeing the newspaper. (Yep, seeing, not reading) It doesn’t matter whether I read it or not unless and until I know it’s there. It’s weird, I know but again, it is what it is! And it’s good sense too, in a way.
When you find money you didn’t know you had in your jeans
When you grab that last slice of pizza before anyone else
When you watch your favorite show with your best friends and feel like you’ll die laughing
I live in India.
Indians love cricket. (Well, yeah! Largely!)
And so does my father.
May it be a Sunday morning or a Tuesday afternoon, you will always find people discussing cricket. My father is one of them. From playing cricket when he was like, 4, to now (with me :D) when he is 49, cricket has been with him all these years.
What young India wants is quite simple to answer after the December 16 incident. Young India here refers to the future of India, the youth of India, the youngsters, the children in India. The only thing which they want and which can improve India a hell lot is a strict and corruption free judicial system or for that every system of India. After the incident, the whole of India came into a rebel for the sake of the young girl.