Driving along another main street he found his landmark, past the shops and the gate of the previous house. For a few moment he just stood there, he knows where to go, the house is just a few yards down the street. In a sense he’d been there before because he had his mind rehearse for this moment more often than he wants to count. Parked his vehicle outside the gate and steps outside a fine October day, winter is coming the skies are platinum the remains of the fallen leaves swirling around his feet.
“Would this ever become easier?” he thought
If you really knew me..
+You’d know I can sit in front of a computer which has an internet connection the whole day and the whole night without eating food for two days(Done that!).
+You’d know I prefer headphone over woofer! This damn thing occupy space, consumes electricity and hell they disturb others!
+You’d know I love zarda paan, but don’t use drugs or drink or party. I don’t get high at all, I was born high!
+You’d know I love Facebook (giving sarcastic comments to close Facebook friends), YouTube and most of all Blogging (I know I suck at writing, but I want to improve my writing and grammar skills, that’s it, that’s the simple truth!).
Director: Peter Berg
Screenplay: Peter Berg from Marcus Luttrell’s- ‘Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10’
Cast: Mark Wahlberg (Marcus Luttrell), Taylor Kitsch (Mike Murphy), Ben Foster (Matt Axelson) and Emile Hirsch (Danny Dietz)
Rating: R- Strong bloody war violence and pervasive language.
Runtime: 121 min
Released: 10th January America, India 17th January
I have been going through a tough time in my life. I feel I can share what it’s like and what it is all about sharing spaces and living with ghosts and I do hope you will understand me.
I am living with ghosts!
Seriously dude..? Yes, but different type and I am as sure as hell has their beast master, I know it in my bones and I don’t need an Ouija board to prove to you they are here. I know they are everywhere and I could even see them and even talk to them and right now I could hear their footsteps approaching my dorm room. They are not frightening like you would think they could be, this I, realized only after sharing and staying with them for so many years now. Unless.. Unless what.. You pissed them off!
7th from the right like a BOSS (that is me)
As the calendar changes from 2013 to 2014 I’m filled with such a wide range of emotions. Hope, happiness, melancholy.. A whole handful of emotions, some I don’t even have names for..
Picture from: justvisitingthisplanetblog
Whether it be Bihu holiday (State holiday of Assam), Puja, Diwali holiday or holidays after exams, after finishing that last final exam for the year, a medical student is left to wonder about what to do now. See, usually after semester exams some medical students would go out, have a drink, party, but still have the next day’s busy schedule buried deep in their subconscious. However, that nagging feeling of responsibility is replaced after the final exam for each year (MB we called it in Med School) is over by this sudden exhilaration and happiness for two whole weeks of freedom that is, ironically, mixed with feelings of confusion as well. Why the confusion? Well, what do we do now that our time is not occupied with studying?!
You know all those Hallmark-cards with cotton-candy-like snow you will receive or send this winter, making winter look like some magical, preferable state? Sorry to burst your bubble, but winter isn’t really like that, at least not around here in Jorhat where the temperature last night dropped to 3 degrees. That my friend is COLD for a place like here in North East India!
I am using a very strong four-letter word to describe this winter: C-O-L-D.