Sorry this update is late. Had to take care of a few things. But the next one is here! 😀
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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I don’t know if any of you have written diary entries before. But if you haven’t, you should start. Because writing is beautiful, it’s art. Writing down your emotions on a piece of paper makes your thoughts clearer and ends up making you feel better about yourself in ways you can’t possibly imagine.