This isn’t a propah post. It’s a random collection of random tasks completed at random moments…
Starting the right way… Whining!
Honestly, my life has been wrenched off its comfortable anchor and thrown into a space odyssey, but that’s beside the matter. As my newly acquired friend (who is an excellent humorist too) said in a recent comment on this blog – while my misery spawns humor, there must be times when I just want everything to settle down to its calm, boring pace. It isn’t going to happen this month, I assure you of that.
This month, you’ll be seeing my doppelgänger Anandhotep take over. He was sucked dry by his embalmers three thousand years ago and he’s got nothing more to lose, except of course, his rotting bandages that would reveal nothing interesting even if they fell off.
Did you notice how I went off on a tangent? (This’s why my brain needs a clone.)
Allow me to quickly update you on the going-ons.
1. The Lonely Facebook Page,
I’ve got an FB page now. Requesting you to put it through a like-ability test. The test goes like this. You visit my Facebook page for the QSM Magazine here, then press Like. If you’ve really liked it, the Like stays, if not, it disappears. A bit of magic, you see 😀
Following the Blogging201 Gurus’ advice, I’ve also updated the sidebar with a widget to the page. (It’s there. If you find it, you’ve got excellent eyesight. Celebrate it by leaving a quirky comment here. If you don’t find it, you are welcome to leave a snarky comment.)
2. The Revengeful Twitter, and…
I’ve been somewhat twitter-challenged this past week (yes, I am on Twitter too,) mainly because twitter punishes me by showing me the mobile-twitter interface. According to the twitter-critter, I am being punished for not keeping my Safari updated. I’ve got this faint feeling lurking inside, “Twitter doesn’t like me!” The snarky crow (who didn’t find a job elsewhere and so became The QSM Magazine‘s mascot) wants to sort it out – bird-to-bird.
3. The Blogging201 Course
I had hoped to finish the race. I am still hoping that I can, but I am no longer in control of my destiny. I’m running behind by two assignments, and I’ve been a terrible course-mate to the other participants.
The best I can do is leave you in capable hands.
Here are some cool bloggers you must visit while I try to straighten things out here.
Have some fun while I finish a few chores, which include receiving Bua ji and her tabbar (Dad’s sister and her rather packed family,) at the New Delhi Railway Station. Perhaps the only railway station in the world that evokes a come-back-safe goodbye from the good wife.