On weekdays, I start to office at 7 AM and will reach office at 7 30 AM. I have classes from 5 PM to 9 15 PM, and I reach home at 10 PM. I’m occupied 24 x 7, which makes me unable to post on this blog on Sundays. I can scribble a post like this every week, but for sure, it is going to bore everyone. I can post some photographs or quotes, but that will be same as what I share on Instagram. I do not want to repeat. At the same time, I do not want to keep breaking the promise I did to my friends at the start of this year. One post a week and to complete my books before the end of this year. I wrote until the end of March, after which I got busy. I tried my best to write, but I failed miserably. I do not want to be irregular. Going forward, I will write. The easiest option available is to write a haiku a week, post a few words I learn in the week, and pictures I take. I will try to keep it simple and interesting.
Lessons for the week:
Guten Tag – Good Day!
Guten Morgen – Good Morning!
Guten Abend – Good Evening!
Guten Nacht – Good Night!
Hallo! Guten Tag! (Hello Good Day!)
Ich bin Saravana Kumar Murugan. Wie Heißen Sie? (I’m Sarav. What is your name?)
Guten Tag! Mein Name ist … (Good Day! My name is)
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Coming back to the post, there is a reason to start again today. Facebook just reminded me that Simran and I are friends on Facebook for four years. I got excited. I shared it on Facebook. I recalled a few incidents that happened between us. One of them was penning down a story with Simran titled “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi”. It is getting published in the book, “A Little Chorus of Love”: a collection of short stories. I hope you people will enjoy reading the story.
Actually, I can write an essay about Simran, but for now, I will keep it short.
Sharing a click I posted on instagram this week. Like it?
And to all my friends, thanks for reading this post. I will be back next week with an interesting post (I'll try). Till then, take care.
Have a great week ahead!