My latest status message on Facebook reads, ‘Richa’s love for herself is almost obscene :P’. I am smiling non-stop. No real reason as such, some silly stuff that made me happy. But really, I wonder if everyone is as self-obsessed as I am. Not just that. Happy and no regrets. No qualms about being touchy, impatient, confused, and needy. Can’t find a word better than ‘obscene’. 😀 Oh, I also left modesty far behind. Bitch I’ve become! But I take pride in that too. Tch tch. But indulgence is nice. I’ve never found anything wrong with it. Not just self-indulgence, but indulging in anything. It comes with its cons, but so does everything else. At least it is fun.
Jayant recently left a comment here saying being crazy seems like an ‘in’ thing nowadays. Isn’t that incredible? 🙂 And people keep asking me if I have always been pagal and if I plan to remain pagal in future too. My answer’s always in affirmative. Really, something inside me will be dead if I stop being crazy.
I still have a boring, serious, uninterested side to me too. Some people find that crazy too. Hee..
I recently finished reading The Godfather. The book is still on my bed, and so I clicked some random shots around it. Somebody saw the recent images in my camera and said that I should post them all as ‘confessions of a bored photographer’. Valid enough. my camera is permanently in the macro mode and I click everything from water bottles’ rims to my specs’ rims. From coins to notebooks. Everything!!
So here’s something that I clicked today. And I am totally in the mood to relate to it too.
Godfather, God, Photography!
I shall live till the day I live.
6 thoughts on “Life as on April 19, 2008”
I think you should carry on with those random shots.They can sometimes fetch really good photos…:-)
heeeeee 🙂 that’s the only way life deserves to be ‘lived’.
its good that camera is always ready……..thats the biggest adv of having a small point and shoot…with big ones 😦
SinjiniI know. :-)Thanks.ApoorvaI knew you’d agree. Muah! 🙂DKI know. And that is one big reason I’m gonna miss this camera. Won’t be taking it with me ‘coz it’ll be for family use at home. And I really think I’ve clicked some nice shots lying around at home. 😦
Dig the last line.So did you like The Godfather? I personally like The Fortunate Pilgrim more.Oh, and nice shot there. Really. But have you started photoshopping your images?
RohitYea, the book was quite nice. Haven’t read The Fortunate Pilgrim though.No, still haven’t got PhotoShop. Got a CD once, but you know the pirated world. :(Glad you like the picture.