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Persuasion by Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

A Pair of Blue Eyes by Thomas Hardy

One by Richard Bach

Illusions : Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah by Richard Bach

Disclosure by Micheal Crichton

Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Rilla of Ingleside by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Sphinx by Robin Cook

Coma by Robin Cook

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by Joanne Kathleen Rowling

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15 Jun, 2006 @ 5:15pm | General

Yeah, so after a really really long hiatus, I am, in fact, back. In my last post, which was, interestingly enough, made last year, I'd promised to be a more responsible and frequent blogger. And although I'd added in the same breath that promises are meant to be broken, I had never planned on breaking this one so spectacularly, so unbelievably, so shamelessly as to not tread the path to my blog for over a year! But, as I have already proved, I have no shame, so chastising me will have no effect at all, so you might as well save your breath. Nevertheless, I shall retain the outer trappings of shame and apologise for what I have once before termed "my shameful neglect".

And now to ruin my apology with an excuse, I shall give you a round up of the latest conspiracy theory.... how the world did everything it could to keep me from my blog. Soon after my last post, I received the news that my uncle and aunt would be moving to Hyderabad. Woe to me! I spent the next few days generally feeling sorry for myself as I would, once again, have to move under the protective shadow of a horribly responsible adult! This curtailing of my freedom, this clipping of my wings that had barely learnt to soar had left me so scarred, that it took me this long to peek out from under the earth I'd hidden myself in, look around and realise that the world was still intact and I could begin to spread my wings again. Oh! Wondrous feeling of freedom! And here I am, having consigned both my little cousins to studies and homework, with my uncle at work and my aunt asleep in another room, and my bro out of town (finally), I am alone, and my own mistress, for however short a while it may be.

So, onto the news then! I am now, officially, a graduate! As of last month, I passed my final exams. I am now currently in the process of trying to convince some college to accept me as a student, but somebody seems to have warned them about me!!!

My brother, of course, being the lucky tyke that he is, has no such problems. He already got admission into a PG course and even cleared the visa... so all thats left in buying an airticket.

Oh yeah, that reminds me... guess what the coolest thing is right now? The fact that my bro, who is 2 years older than me, is still in the final semester of his UG course while I am a graduate! Ha! Thats one up for me!

And thats all for now folks, this is spice signing off, with the infamous promise that I'll be back soon.....

Current Mood: Happy Indeed!
Current Music: title track of lizzie macguire...