01 June 2012

What would He want to change about Me?

Suj,

Resign from immediate effect from your self appointed post of Task Manager. I’ll repair the TV/computer/all other machines/ pay the utilities & do other necessary stuff around the house. But I’ll do it depending on my MOOD & not on the urgency of the task at hand. This “late latheef” attitude always gets us into bigger troubles & unnecessary headaches. I agree. But well, even so, I’ve decided. My mood will decide what has to be done when!


Yes, sometimes, a quick 5 minute fag session with a pal can actually run into an hour. Don’t call & ask every 15 minutes, "What happened?” Or “Where are you? What are you doing?" Just as you wouldn't want me to call you up when you’re in the parlor, I don’t want you to call me when I’m with very important people (VIP) doing very important things (VIT). If it helps, recall, how once you marched off to the salon saying, "Oh, just 10 minutes work. Only eyebrows" and didn't reappear till an hour or 2 later. Also, can't a man go out without his wife giving him a list of home provisions to procure? When I go to get cigarettes, you say, "Can you get coriander leaves? Please!” When I go to get beer, you say, "Can you get bay leaves? Please!" This running errands thing - not happening!

When there is a match, you can't stand in front of the TV & ask inane questions like, "Sattu, did you pay the electricity bill?” This is not the time for you to ‘remind’ me that last month I had totally forgotten to pay it & they had cut off the connection!! You can't assign utterly useless & wrongly timed tasks like, "Oh, the tomatoes are over, I can't make the curry. Can you get ¼ kg tomatoes?" And when I say, "No", you can't go into an explanation overdrive saying, "But you can take the bike & come back in 2 seconds (2 seconds!! Yeah right!!) I’ll have to walk!" You are forbidden from these acts henceforth. And no, don't look at me like that. We are NOT going to 'reconsider' this matter.

At the dining table, when I exclaim, ‘Masha Allah’ it means the food tastes amazing, pure delight. This you know already. Now please understand that I can't say it every single day or for every single meal. So you can’t go, "How's it?" on me every time, everyday. Interpret my silences better. Ok, let me help you. See, when I’m eating it silently, it means one of 3 things:

1. The food is tasty enough but I’m not in a mood to write a poem on it.

2. I am SO hungry that no matter how it is, I’ll polish off the whole plate. Or I’m too busy Eating to heap praises. So don’t peer into my eyes. Or stare at my plate to see how fast or how slowly the food is disappearing from it. The food is good & I just want to eat it silently without a performance appraisal.

3. I really have no choice but to eat it, right? So I am eating it.
Get the codes?

Getting me the towel after my shower is not a crime. My mother did it. So can you. No, I do not want to hear your on-the-spot, oral presentation on your imaginary doctoral thesis titled "Social Conditioning of Indian Men over the Centuries & the Battle of the Towel" I’ll not take my towel when I go to shower. I want you to bring it to me. Period!
During our fortnightly/monthly/yearly major fights, you must keep your volume LOW. We are fighting, not competing for the prize of ‘Who is the loudest”.
Ok, now onto one of your pet peeves: discussing things! No, we can’t talk shop when

I'm IN office

I've just returned FROM office

I'm HAVING dinne

I'm ABOUT TO go to bed

No, we can’t do so on weekends, not on public holidays either. Then when do we talk? You ask. Good question. My answer: We have been married for 7 years now. Figure that out yourself. But hey no matter what you arrive at, basically here's the deal: we can do so when I want to which is generally – "Tomorrow"!

from Sathya


233 comments:

  1. Bindaaaaaaaaaaaaaas!!! This is one of the best posts I have read in the recent past! ONE OF THE BEST! And this is common for all men, I swear!!!

    I am getting anju to read this... You Rock, Sathya!!!

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  2. so true! rocking post Sujatha...

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  3. ತುಂಬಾ ಚೆನ್ನಾಗಿದೆ ನಿಮ್ಮ ಜೋಡಿ.. ಪ್ರೀತಿಯಿರುವಲ್ಲಿ ಬೇರ್ಯಾವ ಮಾತೆಲ್ಲಿ? ಶುಭ ಹಾರೈಕೆಗಳು :o)

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  4. We are fighting, not competing for the prize of ‘Who is the loudest”. I was grinning from ear to ear reading that. Basically I can relate to that ha ha ha
    Great post Sujatha!

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    1. heheh i am very loud when i am in a foul mood. he is the silent one during a fight. he provokes and then goes deaf :DDD and anyone seeing us squabble would definitely think i am the culprit/the bad one/villain :O)

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  5. Sathya,I liked this post a lot.To the point and from What I could say every man's view.

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  6. THAT was one of the best things I have ever read. Period.

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    1. thanks Akshay :)))
      i thought this would "scare" you about your own future in this area :DD

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  7. hahahahahha Poor sattu...He had to lash out hard like this. Hillarious Suju.. Welcome back.

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    1. yeah for sattu this was a case of 'chance pe dance'
      matte kelbeka? sikkiddey chance anta full on lashing :DD

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  8. Super super super!!!!
    totally tongue-in-cheek. Perfect blend of double-edged sarcasm and humor.:-))))

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    1. haha thanks Uma :)) m so glad you liked it

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  9. In spite of knowing all these things, certain things are done by wifes. Now I know that it is DELIBERATE :D

    Destination Infinity

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    1. what a take-away from the post!!!
      :O)

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  10. Good Lord, this is going to be my bible if/when I get married :D.

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    1. this is only a small chapter out of the holy book of matrimony :DD

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  11. So u finally did it. I see that this post was more difficult to write than previous one. It was a beautifully crafted and seems to be a common list by many husbands. I should make my wife read it. Nice post. Keep the flow coming.....

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    1. you are right Gopinath this post was more difficult because i had to bash myself up publicly, had to list out all his grouses and be true to it without changing or altering it
      thanks for noticing the effort :)

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  12. oh my- I have to get my hubby to read this- because I know he will be nodding his head to ALL points. He will glance and me and say, "See....." ha ha!!!!

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    1. LOL ... we really pester them a lot poor souls na!!

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  13. so true. so true. even if it is a ghost written guest post, hats off. if you have got this far, enlightenment is just a season away. god bless both of you for this magical understanding.

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  14. OMG!!!! He said all of that?? And you agreed? That's one thing I want to know...If his mom gave him towel after shower, I would say, go get your mother to give it daily or come out naked....I can understand some of the things, but still, I vote for u....heheh...after all, I am a girl right? How can u not remind of the utility bills man? I think most of the men feel that way right?
    Was waiting for a post from you...:)

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    1. yup, these are his feelings in my words :)
      well he didn't say it in one breath but these are his complaints recollected from the 7 years of our co-habitation :DD

      yeah the towel war continues .. hahah

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  15. you have worded the commom complaints from all the wives:)..true for most of the men...

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    1. yeah Renu that's what i realized from the responses to the post :)

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  16. Wow! this is one of your best to date. Humour & Sarcasm combined at its best.

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  17. hehe Really humorous, thoroughly enjoyed it. You captured the gripe of all men well. You left out, "How do I look?" that women commonly badger their husband with? :)

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    1. yeah correct that too :DD
      poor souls!!

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  18. one of your bestest superest duperest post fron you Sujatha!! hilarious to the core and couldn't agree more on ever topic you touched!!!

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  19. So true :-) especially the ones regarding get tomatoes/veg etc :-)

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  20. hee hee hee mast likha hai, tongue in cheek humor. if only all women were like you! ;) your husband is a lucky man.

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    1. aha! now that is a nice thing to hear after I have literally bashed myself up publicly with my warts & all :)))

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  21. After a forced sabbatical you have come up with a wonderful post and I am inclined to say that the long wait has been worth it !

    Congrats!

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    1. thank you aarkay!
      I typed this whole post in a cyber cafe and was paranoid that I couldn't find time to edit it or spell check well

      m glad you liked the post

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  22. Haha.. That was truly hilarious Sujatha :) I hope your OS problem is been sorted out..Welcome back :)

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    1. thank you Sonia :)

      naah...OS problem still continues ... writing & responding to the blog post comments from cyber cafes

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  23. Some more things that he might to add

    a)Whatever i say or do in our last fight should not be hold against me in any future arguments..come on yaar for how many times will i loose a fight for something i did years back :-(

    b)Once a mandatory period of 7 year passes{7 year itch} iam not obliged to say "I LOVE U" or similar good-goodies..I do love u but now exempted from mandatory expression of the same

    C)I must be allowed atleast 3 per year birthday/anniversaries/important dates to be forgotten

    d)India loosing a match is a tragedy for us,u must understand that and shud not question our bad mood for next few days

    e)Sometimes we ogle at other ladies for no reason..Try to understand our pysche...is it our fault that we are filled with harmones which starts playing up the moment it sees something nice

    Actually the list continues....

    Sujatha,u have written a very very good entertaining article..I cud not resist the temptation to add my views{woes}

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    1. I particularly agree with this ogling part:)), as this mainly makes them aggressive !

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    2. Gosh, hubby would agree with the above and with yours too! Tch tch :-)

      Ooogling, couldn't agree more! BTW women ooogle too, but subtly, not jaw dropping, eyes bulging staring kinds! :-P

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    3. Jenny ;) hardly men know us so why do you want to let the secret out ;) lets continue celebrating without announcing like men(Husbands) do :P

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    4. Vinod,

      thanks , m glad you added your points too :D now the post is comprehensive in every way possible i guess :O)

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  24. I was waiting for this and you nailed it Sujatha!Inputs from him??

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    1. thanks Sharmila :)
      yup, his feelings - my words :D

      inputs spread over & recollected from past 7 years

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  25. Ah! And I agree. It was fun reading it. How about your computer?

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    1. heheh many of us are alike in the way we irritate our men in little ways typical of women i guess :)

      comp - going to buy new one...till then net cafe

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  26. hahaha, I am sure hubby dearest would agree with Sathya views! Gosh why god why did you make men and women so different. And hey welcome back, and hope your OS is sorted out, so that we can see you more often here :-)

    and btw Vinod Vyas's comment was a great one!

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    1. yeah Vinod added well to the female bashing :)))

      and hey i have no big problems with the oogling. i oogle too!!!

      and while watching 'Ishaqzaade' i was literally drooling at Arjun's hot bod so much that for a week after that he went on a jogging spree. aaah!! some men & their muscles!!!

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    2. I always doubted that Women too ogle..now iam convinced they do..and they do more elegantly,cleverly and quietly

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  27. ROFL, Sujatha, just loved it! You are back with a bang! Can so relate to it all, especially the part about when to talk/discuss stuff!

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    1. haha thanks! m all smiles that you liked the post :)

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  28. OMG.. this is absolutely hilarious. Really loved the sarcastic touch to almost everything there. ;) I can see you have mentioned (indirectly of course) many more things you want to change in him than you did in your previous post. :) Wonderfully written as always.

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    1. :))) smiling at that observation of yours "you have mentioned (indirectly of course)....."" being the blog owner has its advantages na?

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  29. Kahani ghar ghar ki...
    Amazing article didn't know whether to laugh or cry or show it to my husband..

    Just wondering what God was thinking when he made MEN!
    A question : no mention about gifts on birthdays and anniversaries? How do you deal with that!

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    1. thanks Kirti!

      he remembers all the imp days BUT does nothing about it...so no dealing :(( only cursing fate ki aisa bhi hota hai :((

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  30. 1. I can sit blank without thinking or imagining anything pls for heaven's sake dont ask me what am I think now or ever!

    2. I can discuss politics, circket, Frech and other things open! non stop with my friends every time I meet them. So pls stop asking what we discussed over friends meet. And heavens sakes understand they are more important than what u discussed with your friends so dont bother to tell me about your discussion :D

    --- Ramya's Hubs!

    LOL super post, happy that you are back. :D

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    1. haan! correct! excellent additional points! hahah

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  31. hahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
    I just loved that...

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    1. thank you Dee... i am glad you did :))

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  32. he he he he :) Way to go SIRRRRRRRRRRRR :)

    so who is keeping the word and looking after others wishes then bolo bolo tell tell


    oh my let me copy paste this for future reference :) he he he

    I loved the three signs on FOOD this has made my day now

    Bikram's

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    1. haha you enjoyed the post so much. glad :)
      meri vaaat lag rahi hai aur aapko mazaa aa raha hai!!

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  33. super entertaining post - highlighting the facts of life with a pinch of salt! loved it

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  34. haha :D really funny.. :D loved it :)

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    1. some intro for youngsters like you into the lives of married people & possibly your own interesting future :DD

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  35. no comments.....!!! Could not think of anything so....hahaha I mean this post is too good so...:-)

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  36. ...superbly wonderful...a rocking post indeed:) thanks a lot:)Sujatha!

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  37. Lovely-but all said & done(as you yourself have illustrated)better irritated than lonely!

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  38. nyc dugatha very well written .

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  39. hahahahahahahahaha....this is super duper awesome... i totally loved it... and the imaginary thesis....hahahaha... i wish i should get a print of this and give it to my bride-to-be, just in case... :)

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    1. thanks Israr
      haha dont pass this to your bride to be ...she may get some new unnecesaary ideas to irritate you :DD

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  40. :D :D
    Ow my my .... what a hilarious post! Still :D
    One of those three things while eating is marvelous!
    Thumbs up Sujatha.

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  41. :-D I bow for the honesty but well I reserve further comments....

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  42. What an awesome post. I'm going to get my husband to read it to. Something tells me he'll love it!!

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    1. heheh :)) thanks Gayatri
      we women are so sportive, most of us have enjoyed this women-bashing post :D

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  43. Hahaha.....hilarious....it was nice to know the other side of the story....though..I am sure..its the story in almost every house hold...

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    1. thanks Kunal
      yup from the reactions i am getting seems like i am not the only one harassing my spouse thus :DD

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  44. Masha allah Maja aa gaya, after reading this post I thought I wrote this but as it is written by you and it is entirely reflecting the psycology of not only Sathya but whole male community. Wonderful Sujatha....very nicely you put the ingredients of humour. I must say this post has the universal appeal and very useful of married women...
    BTW heard that you posted this post from cyber cafe while Tanvi was playing in the park which was adjacent to the cyber cafe. I personally think, this is probably not a good idea to do that.

    Overall liked this post very much. Keep writing:)

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    1. thank you so much Mithlash. m very happy that you liked the post

      and about Tanvi, appreaciate your concern so much. dont worry ... she is absolutely safe. if there was even a little bit of doubt, i would not do it

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  45. what a comeback......
    Enjoyed the post thoroughly.....i feel most of ur reader can connect with it....well penned...:))

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    1. thank you Irfanji ... after a long time here :) thanks for the read

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  46. This was so funny, enjoyed reading it thorughly!!!

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  47. Do things actually change after marriages? Arguments like these and the silent mind conversations can go on forever, right? :)
    Was a funny read. But when it happens in reality, i bet it sucks!

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    1. oh yes they do!
      it sure sucks - most times.
      but then both irritating each other either balances things out or one of them loses their mind. that's it :DD
      see that's why i so love your romantic, idyllic love drenced stories. the boys are soooooo good in them

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  48. He he he he. My first time here. Koole post kanri :) pretty much a mini compilation of husband's feelings om the wife's mouth. Sigh. We totally enjoy the towel-of-war, don't we ?

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    1. yes, the towel war is raging on in my house for the past 7 years! :DD

      thanks for your visit and the read. appreciate it :)

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  49. Sigh! *smiles*
    That, says it all. Thumbs up for this one. :)

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  50. Woah. Awesome Sujatha. :-) I just loved this post :-)
    I liked how you gave the version of how Men see things and how we see things. Really good one :-)

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    1. :)) thank you so much Ashwini ... some points for your future :)))

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  51. Omg Sujatha!! Although u've written it from a man's point of view, it clearly depicts how a married woman feels - and I'm sure any married woman out there will completely understand! Love the sarcasm and I totally hear you!!! We should have a harmeless (!) husband-bashing session sometime ;-)

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    1. hahah "harmless" hehehe loved that one :))

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  52. thankgod i am not like sattu! :P

    lol..

    loved this post Sathya Ma'm!

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  53. Hey, I know this is totally unrelated but currently Indian Bloggers League(IBL) is going on, and I was wondering if you would like to participate?

    As you are from Bangalore, you can join the Bangalore group.
    If you are interested please leave a mail to me at poojajain0511@yahoo.com or on FB http://www.facebook.com/Pooji.D.Princess

    Oh! And the link is here: http://www.facebook.com/groups/IBLeague/
    Hope you would join :).

    Thanks,
    Pooja

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  54. It felt like it belonged to all men who are married! Right to the point! Kudos!

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  55. A nice post where you have posted the feelings and expectations of your husband(or generally most of all the husbands.Your style of writing like the three codes when eating silently is really good.

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  56. LOL :D Every thing mentioned here is so very true for my better half too!! :D

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  57. Good one...must say i am guilty of most of them.Nicely written..how did u manage to analyse ourselves so well?or did sathya actually write it?:)

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    1. naah Sathya didn't write it. he HATES reading / writing!!! just wrote his name at the end so it goes with the title. :)

      i wrote it with the inputs from our 7 year marriage! and hey i think i am beginning to have the infamous itch - the 7 year itch!

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  58. You are on my list of recipients of the Versatile Blogger Award. You may want to check out how this works and whether I had anything nice to say about you at the award post at:
    http://svsaibaba.blogspot.in/2012/06/versatile-blogger-award200-postings-and.html

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    1. that was a clever line to use Sir ... """whether I had anything nice to say """"

      thanks for the award and the nice words too :)

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  59. Yet another comment on this post regarding awards! :P

    http://www.sudeshnadas.com/2012/06/threes-not-crowd.html

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  60. Twenty days later, i peep into your blog and you leave with me a cracker of a post.

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    1. :) ahaa that was again music to my ears :D

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  61. Haha...hilarious post. :D
    Its true and HE is not wrong in making such demands.

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  62. Sujatha, you take the cake for the lovely writing:) I missed this rib tickler due to prolonged absence, but this was definitely worth catching up!

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  63. Vinay

    so there's more support pouring in for him :DD

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  64. you did write it sujatha ji?? I thought mr.sathya would have written this post..

    hats off to you.. how wonderfully you understand your man.. :-P

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  65. Team G:

    indeed ... pity them!! :D

    Ekita:

    yes, i wrote this. Ek hi toh patidev hai ...isliye understanding was easy :D

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  66. I had this big smile :D all the way :P

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  67. finding a lot of similarities here with my householder life!!!

    http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.in

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  68. lolzzz !!! sooooper funny post :) :D :P Mr.Sathya s really lucky :) :) YOU wrote about HIS feelings ?!?!? Osssssum post :):):)

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  69. Sujatha, I have something for you at my space..do check it out :-)

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  70. thank you Uma :) yup his feelings my words!

    btw, your awesome spelling is awesome :D

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  71. Hey Sujatha, long time. I hope all is fine with you. I have something for you at my blog here http://www.wrenwarbles.blogspot.be/. Do visit and take it up when time permits.

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    1. thanks for asking CW ... i am fine. My 7 year old comp crashed. i am without a comp now. planning to buy one. till then off the blog world :(

      sure..will check it out

      dont mind my absence from your blog. will read the posts - ALL - once i get a system :)

      take care

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  72. But then they are just stories. Fairy tales never are true :) How have you been? It's been so so long!

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    1. sorry Philo i dont have a system yet so not been to your blog for so long ... but i promised i will read all the pending posts without fail - ONE DAY - that is as soon as i get a comp

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  73. Suju, yenree kaane aagidira? It has been over a month no new posts..? :(
    Nam blog kade solpa banni :) don't deprive me from the honor of your visit to my blog :)

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    1. yes Mak what to do? no computer yet. old one crashed, new one not yet arrived .... andrey purchased.
      i remember ur blog but since i rely on internet parlours now i am unable to visit any blogs ... but yeh promise maadi helthini i will read the posts asap ... comp bandah koodley

      :) take care

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  74. You rock.You had me in splits with this wonderful post.How true and how sad

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  75. thank you Sir

    """""""How true and how sad""""
    true - ok but why "sad" ? aren't most marriages except those fairytale ones like this?

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  76. hahaha :) So true..First time onto your blog and I already love it..

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  77. Hi Satya,
    Read your expressions. Loved the way you argue. I was totally confused about the language/tone/subject in the beginning.only when I saw the by-line, I went through the whole thing again. I knew that you do not talk so much. These talkative wives put so many words into our mouths too... But enjoyed every bit of it. Both are mad(e) for/about each other. Love you Satya for the logical, intellectual, brainy, bloodless wars you wage against Sujatha!

    Hi Sujatha,
    Read a blog of yours after so long a period. Really loved the way you have nullified your self and got into witty Satya's brain and made him express so fluently! I had enjoyed his great repartee, when we rode our way searching National School of Drama's training venue. I always picturise Satya, that way only. You have really understood 'The Man'! Your fights are worth taking notice. Liked the 'towel' episode and comment about the food tips!
    There are three things I related to, while reading and after reading this masterpiece(mistresspiece!) of yours...
    1. Osho answered a wife,who asked 'Baba,My hubby and I quarrel/fight a lot. What to do?' - You fight means you are in deep love with each other. You don't want to give up the relation, that is why you fight. If you don't want each other, you would have stopped having a talk too.
    2. Remembered the book, WHY MEN DON'T LISTEN AND WOMEN CAN'T READ MAPS? by Allan and Barbara Pease. I had laughed and learnt so much about How men and women are different and what to do about it! The same thing happened now also. Read if you have not read. Great revealings about things we already know. That is the fun!
    3. Read the book Jhumpa Lahiri's INTERPRETER OF MALADIES (This book got Pulitzer Award). There are very intimate stories about family life, so curiously described in a distinctive style and great keen observations!Friends, you would really love them!

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    1. thank you Naveen. Interpreter i read many years back...must revisit it sometime. the other one by Allan no havent read it yet but will try to check it out in the library next time

      bloodless wars -- hahahha ...good one :D

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  78. ah, the woes of every wife ! loved the post!

    Do stop by my blog sometime :)

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    1. i will surely do that Ash - will read your blog. just that i am not online at all these days so as soon as i get access to a computer will definitely stop by :)

      thanks for your visit & read. appreciate it

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  79. Sujatha, do accept your sunshine award here :)
    http://ashokism.blogspot.in/2012/08/sunshine.html
    ...hope this will wake you up and make you blog more often :)

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    1. aah! thanks for the award. nice name by the way...sunshine :)

      oh i am very much awake...i just dont have a system to work from thats why off the blog world for now :(

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  80. Hello.
    What a fascinating post! I had to laugh at some of the things you said. Thanks for sharing.
    Congratulations too on your recent award...saw your name mentioned over at Ashok's blog.

    Thoughts Of Beauty In The Stillness Of Dawn...

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  81. Has the bloggers' block caught you too, Sujatha? Here's something for a comeback - http://dnambiar11.blogspot.com/2012/08/tagged.html :)

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    1. naah! not the bloggers block...just no computer to blog from!!!!!!!!

      thanks for the tag dear :)

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  82. Sujatha, missing the posts. Hope to see you soon!

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  83. Its really long time now Sujatha.. Just get a new computer and come back soon.. We are missing you here..

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    1. me too Sonia, thanks for writing in and still remembering me :)
      i have to buy a new system no other go. will do that and devour your posts asap :)

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  84. I’m impressed, I must say. Really rarely do I encounter a blog that’s both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, http://trafficpulse.biz/ have hit the nail on the head. Your idea is outstanding; the issue is something that not enough people are speaking intelligently about. I am very happy that I stumbled across this in my search for something relating to this.

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    1. thank you so much. makes me happy that you enjoyed reading the post
      will visit your space as soon as i am active online again.

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  85. I have enjoyed your web blog. Why are you stop writing after 1 june Nice blog. Keep posting From Smart People

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    1. i know this is going to sound like a really bad excuse but the fact is i dont have a system to blog from (my system crashed) & i have just started working full time again!! so.....

      but the good news is i might start blogging again shortly because the system is repaired and ready now :)

      thanks for reading the post and for your comment too

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  86. no updates....why Sujatha....????
    it has been a longggggggggg break for you now.....

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    1. i know Irfan and i am so ...ummm....missing it so much myself! reading blogs, writing....missing it

      but lets see this month i should . i must . post something!

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  87. Hi Suja,

    Good to know whats going on in your relationship. But I see not much change.

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  88. Remarkable issues here. I’m very satisfied to peer your article. Thank you so much and I am having a look forward to touch you. Will you please drop me a mail?

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    1. means a lot to me...thanks for reading and responding

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  89. Pretty nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I’ve really enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. After all I will be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again very soon!

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  90. Absolutely enjoyed reading this post!

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  91. Where have you gone? Missing you in blogosphere...:)

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    1. ugh...yaaa...me too....i have kind of begun enjoying my time away from blogosphere !!!!!!!
      actually i have started working full time since 2 months now ..and don't find the time or rather maybe i am not making time for blogging

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  92. Where are you? :( Really miss you and your writing!

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    1. me too!!
      time i kicked myself and got back but....new job keeping me busy ... too busy :((

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  93. Long time gone by .. where you gone ..

    Bikram's

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    1. hehe yes long long time ago there was a blogger called Sujatha :00

      will try to return to blogging ... recently started working again so...kind of....tough to make time for reading/writing

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  94. Lol .. Interesting survey would be how many men can relate to what u have shared above :)

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    1. Hi Brijesh,
      yes survey is a bright idea :)


      thanks for reading

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  95. Gosh, you have to come back!

    Happy Diwali to Satya , tanvi and you :-)

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    1. i know!!!! i am like stuck in this "blogless" state for so long now ....

      hope u had a great diwali

      wish u an equally great x'mas and new year my dear :)

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  96. Awesome post mam....loved reading it....

    http://apparitionofmine.blogspot.in/

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    1. i am glad you liked the post Noopur. thank you :)

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  97. The most accurate list i must say. Lol .. Superbly summarized. Great work !!

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  98. Hello girl, you have been gone for an eternity....hope all is well with you...keep writing...come back soon...too long now :)

    Cheers,
    Latha

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  99. Found you too!! You haven't blogged in ages!! Get packing, remember printers are still up for grabs!

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