blog writing that involves writing articles of my choice and interest

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  • Budget $250 - $750 USD
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weekends for a singleton

i dont quite understand why people dread the very thought of empty [url removed, login to view] be precise "empty weekends" is defined as the time that is waiting for you, without any planned activity, without company, without any work related tasks to be completed, and specially felt by those who are used to weekends come and go at the blink and miss speed.

well well, weekends need not be filled with things to do. in fact, strange that i may sound, but i prefer such time at my disposal. i am a singleton, and enjoy every single moment of it, without a lament, without a crib, touch wood!!

why should you be doing something to keep you busy 24/7?how would then one relax?let me be honest, i hate working weekwends, and rather spend all the time with myself!my mom calls me selfish, but if loving oneself is selfish, so be it!

now the million dollar question is what do i do???well.........nothing much!!!no no i do not spend idling, daydreaming, sleeping, killing time, if you thought [url removed, login to view] since i told you,i am single, i do not have to rush at all. i am up in the morning, not quite morning though, at around 8:30 9:00 or so, and if i feel like, stretch even a bit longer. and mind you, do not tag me off as a lazy bum, i have my entire two days planned in my diary, the previous day. so, i know just what to do, but first things first-i start my day with 45 mins yoga. then, a luxurious breakfast has to be cooked(sadly by me, no i do not have a help) and enjoyed, to last me till noon. i read the newspaper not missing any thing (which i miss doing during the week days, as i am in a hurry). i take pleasure in cleaning, dusting, mopping my small apartment and making it spotless(which i never do during the week).

i cook a delicious meal, or order out. i enjoy the meal with a movie, or my favorite television channel-discovery travel and living. i catch up with my reading, and enjoy the afternoon. i do grocery shopping, enough to last me for a week.i go out for a dinner, of course alone and body stares at me.

so how does that sound????am i very boring???may be!!but atleast i am not crying for company, and learnning to be self sufficient and independent. oh by the way, i am planning to take guitar classes this summer, and practice some painting. and i am glad to say i enjoy my weekends all alone!!!until next time...the new blogger on the block..signing offff

mystery of the blue god

The mystery of the blue incarnation

He came to restore peace in the dwapara yuga and took birth as “Krishna”, in the womb of Devaki. It was only this avatar of Lord Vishnu who could steal, charm, love and fight with equal élan.

Krishna, the son of Vasudeva, was raised in Gokula in the home of Nanda and Yashodha. He was an unearthly youth, bluish complexion, body scented with chandan, and dressed in robes of silk like molten gold. Around his neck was vaijayanti, a wild flower garland of tulasi, kunda, mandara, parijata,delicate rainbow orchids and an extravagance of lotuses. His hair was jet black,curly and was adorned with a peacock feather. His lips wore a mysterious smile and played melodious tunes with his golden flute which drove all the women, mad.

However, after his leela in Gokula, Vrindavana and Mathura, and tired of battles and his enemies-Jarasandha, Salva, Rukmi, Druma, Sishupala, he went to the heavenly city of Dwaraka (now in Gujarat) with all the yadavas. The marine city of Dwaraka designed by Vishvakarma was indeed a miracle in the sea. It was twelve leagues square; its mansions had crystal towers and terraces, bejeweled domes, floors of beaten gold studded with precious stones.

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