Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Happily Ever After.
No, this is no magical love tale but just a day of trials and tribulations in a court martial conducted by one of our professors. Post the horrors of the morning which included late starts, messed up presentations, a million unnecessary interruptions and the likes... the conclusion was purrfect! Justice had been done to 20 odd from the 60 who endured a seemingly never ending day. We met at Rakshit Doshi's place and had the time of our lives. High spirits flowed and became one with conversations. We never seem to do away with truth or dare but I must add a few daring souls like Mel, Suri and Shuchika brought some much needed life to the silly game. Conversations further blended mellifluously with the hummable tunes we all love. Post this; Pankit entertained the bunch with his Shayaari sessions, which would have had some dead poets stirring in their grave. :) Yours truly fell asleep at this point as I had barely slept the night before. The rest is all hearsay. Apparently Saket and Shuchika shook a leg and how! There were a few others who almost fell off the wagon, courtesy the after effects of you know what. Strangely enough, Rakshit Bahadur was found sleeping in the balcony. Its only at such crazy dos that you meet a paan eating Chinese guy who can levitate - Van, Rakshit's buddy. Such events of the night could have only been matched by a wonderful lunch at Shiv Sagars followed by my very first Gola session at Juhu beach. I like the pace of it all. I'm starting to give Mumbai a lot more thought but hey, I'm going home on Sunday... and no one can take that away from me! Tra la la!