Dawn, A Cigarette and Few Thoughts


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I guess the mood is already conveyed by the title, have been contemplating writing this post for a long time. Today was an eventful day, kind of summarised the last 2 years beautifully. I write this at the dawn of the day I should celebrate the 2nd anniversary as a manager.

It was something I took a great pride in, tried my best to excel at and retiring with mixed results. But its going to be over soon so no regrets πŸ™‚

Its a strange coincidence, I am 2 years into the role and exactly 2 weeks away from giving it up and perhaps entering the most eagerly anticipated phase of my life, returning home for good. Its been 13.5 years since I lived with my family without having somewhere to go back to or a deadline to meet. So no more funny feeling in the pit of my stomach while saying bye to my loved ones. Really looking forward to it.

I wouldn’t have many friends waiting for me when I return to Manali, having been away the time that I have so it might be little lonely and awkward at first. But lets see, I have had a pretty good record at making friends..

No salary.. hmmmm.. but I back myself to make more money and this time it would be all for me and not for any CEO of an MNC.. so hard work = more pay I guess that would be fine πŸ™‚ so no more idling time @ Workplace.

No Girls, No Flings, No well… hmmmm.. I ll find a way πŸ˜›

No Cigarettes, ah well, hang on… I know its a bad habit but the only one I have so … I shall work on getting rid of it slowly but surely ..

So the way I see it a lot to look forward to …

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sara
    Feb 01, 2013 @ 08:45:50

    Five and a half years ago, I moved so that I could be closer to my family again, and it was definitely the right decision. My parents had bought land in a new state, and I moved here before them, but they followed only a few months later.

    I knew absolutely no one when I moved and was able to make friends rather quickly, but I know that uncertainty that comes with a move. And this post sums up that feeling perfectly.

    Love the photo, by the way. Oh, and I’m also in the process of quitting smoking. Tedious and frustrating as it may be, it’s worth it.

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  2. Gurdeep
    Feb 01, 2013 @ 09:32:18

    Lovely !!! Thoughts !! put in words !!

    Reply

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