Monday, June 12, 2006

Tennis, FIFA, 2 Fishes and a Rabbit

It was a nice and eventful weekend.
Friday evening as we sat discussing the weekend - what to do, what not to do ... we decided on an impulse to go and see "Cars". So, driving our "CAR" we went to the Great Lakes mall, got a pop-corn and just manage to park ourselves in the comfy seats and the "ads" started. Now this is something I HATE missing - the ads. Rajesh often complains that they don't play the "Sonali - Nirma" ad in the US...

Well, more about "CARS" later...

I grew some "Tennis limbs" over the weekend. Having touched the racquet for the first time about a month ago and running around more to pick the balls , than hitting the ball - i thought i would never play a single shot. But this weekend, i surprised myself and more than me - Rajesh(when i scored a couple of points hee hee)....
We spent some time at our community center. The Govt. of this country does give you back some of the tax you pay and in definitely a very good way. Alreayd , I can write a short story about the library - and now - the community centre benefits is a totally different story...

We sauntered in the Riverside Park near our house Sunday evening and caught this amazing juvenile fishing on his own. I could not resist taking a snap of his with his booty... My! look at his expression. Now that is what I would call "Picture Perfect". He must not be more than 8 years and is so confident. Back at home, i know of parents who are even scared of letting their 16 year old boys to cross the road all by themselves !!! ...

Rajesh spend most of his time glued to the idiot box - the reason this time being the all-famous FIFA (try as much as I can, i could never get an interest in this stupid game where 22 people are chasing one single ball) and I spent most of my time raving, ranting, yelling, scowling, moonji-thooki(can't get the translation sorry!) at this ....



While coming back home from the park, we happened to spot one happy-bunny munching away aware of two of its fans clicking away snaps of its beautiful "bod" (hee hee) ... Of the 16 odd snaps that we shot, this was the only one that came out well. But then this is the "ONLY ONE"...

Now it is back to the mundane routine of life .... Monday - i hate you!

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