I have lost track of many things after having come to Canada. Those little chores that were routine for me back home, seem to have just faded away from my routine.
I would wake up at 5:30 in the mornings (no matter however late I would sleep), get ready and would be off to my gym, the place that I love! I miss Endurance :( Though it was 10kms away from home, I never complained. Then the next stop would be the fergusson college ground for lawn tennis. And, I would love to ride on my zma this early in the mornings as I could ride at a speed that would be just short of flying.
Then a ride back home by 9 or 9:30, newspaper, breakfast... It was a set routine. The daily chores would follow. I would start with a busy day right from 5:30 in the mornings until I slept!
Things have changed dramatically now. I have never seen the mornings before it is time for the lecture(except during exams). Newspapers are only once in a while. (Everything here is just internet. tv, news, just everything! It was exciting to watch all this on the comp, but now somehow I dislike it. It can never give the excitement of reading a newspaper!!!)
I would always be in touch with so many friends daily when I was in Pune! Now, one has to be careful when choosing friends and most of them will maintain a give-and-take relationship.
However, as it is said, books are man's best friends. And rightly so! You can get books anywhere and just be by yourself and get engrossed in reading. This is exactly what made me write all this. One can keep in touch with friends, family, work, on and off... But books, they can always be with you!
I am a John Grisham fan, and have been lucky to spot couple of his books at cheap rates :) Just finished reading one of them last night- The Street Lawyer. It took almost 2 months for me to finish reading it, as I was preoccupied with number of assignments and other college related work. But last night I felt so nice to have finished reading it! It is very difficult to keep away a John Grisham book for another day! Every page, every line keeps raising your interest and curiosity levels until the last word left to read.
Hey, now it is time for another John Grisham at his best novel! The Brethren.