I am not the nagging-non-residential-Indian who complains about everything. But the noise here is bit annoying. While the road fills my ear drum with hundreds of horns (I bet no country makes best use of it) and roaring vehicles, Home does its part by blaring umpteen TV channels.
My Dad is retired and my mom is a home maker. So they have used to watching TV all day long. Worse is when they argue with each other on top of lousy soaps or upbeat Tamil song, which forms an irritating BGM. I have noticed that members of my family talk to each other only during commercial breaks!
Some acquaintances firmly believe that I have lost my mind. To quit abroad job and dreams of making into mass media seems very funny to them. My manager during a recent discussion said, I am confused and lost in the dream world. But I am keeping my hopes high. I guess I need to be positive now, more than ever. I have hit rock bottom, so there is only one way – way up.
I went to Bangalore to meet some of my friends in the weekend. That helped me to unwind and chill myself. I had fun just hanging around, eating in best restaurants or at friend’s houses. I also visited one of the malls and found this rare pick in Landmark. For 250 rupees (less than 10 SGD) this is mere stealing from the shop.
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