Sorry this update is late. Had to take care of a few things. But the next one is here! 😀
What are good times, exactly? Are they the times that make you look back on them with fondness and pride? Are they the times when time went by without much happening? Are they the times when you felt peaceful or were they the times when everything was chaotic yet beautiful?
Even as a person who doesn’t like cricket as much as the other Indians do, I’ll have to agree to the fact that nobody does cricket like India does. Go RCB!!!
Source: Cricket Meri Jaan.
I’m so sorry I haven’t updated in a while but I’ve been going to Uni and I’ve barely had time. So here’s everything that I’ve been doing till now:
I know I haven’t written in a while, I’m sorry for that. I’ve been absolutely swamped. But I promise I’ll try to update more often. Uni is starting on Monday and I’m super excited for it! But that’s not what I want to tell you guys about. I went to watch the live show of the Quivers, Totally Mild and Methyl Ethel at The Howler on 23rd February at 8:00 pm. Considering the fact that I’ve never been to a live music show or the fact that I’d never listened to them before (exclude all the school day programs and the lame ones mom made me go to), it was a great first show. I thoroughly enjoyed myself.
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