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Call it a coincidence or perhaps just another phase.  Just when I'm going to get started with yet another event which hopefully directs me towards the lighthouse that I seek,  I decide to start a blog.  Often I've wondered as to why would anyone just put up posts when a pocket diary can do the job.  Is it for praise? feedback?boredom?  No! Not at all.

To me there is some sort of satisfaction that I will definetly derive once I cross the initial barriers and at least make an attempt to coin down something close to my heart.  Easy as it may sound,  its not an easy task.

First to get yourself  started, then making it appealing at least to the eyes,  finally when everything seems right and on track you get confused.  Am I doing it the right way?? Talk about the complex Human mind! (Or maybe just a sleepy one).

For all I know I feel proud and excited about my first attempt.  I wish to turn this into a jolly- good learning experience and someday,  sometime I shall pat myself on the back :)

On your mark, Get Set, Go! 


  1. Welcome to blogging!!! And mostly the reason for posting is to socialise and recognition!!
    P.S. you have more followers than me in a single day :P Female chauvinism

  2. u did it!!! i will be following shortly :)

  3. @ all: Thank you:)do please read and give me your valuable feedback:).


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