Monday, February 27, 2006

Back Home!

I will be moving back to India in a month's time. I was thinking it would be painless affair, that I would even miss this place when leaving. But since yesterday at least, I am feeling unusually restless and today I can't concentrate on anything or have a single coherent thought in my head. I want to just run off to the O'Hare airport and then fly off to India as soon as possible. Or is it just the Monday blues?

6 comments:

ventilatorblues said...

Hey,
You sound happy! :):)
Good to hear.

km said...

back back? Or is it back for a few months and then the project comes back to USA?

Either way, I hope you don't allow minor distractions like relocating and re-settling come in way of blogging :))

So how do you plan to fill the next 30 days?

Alok said...

v, yes I am happy! going back is always good. (I don't know but do I really give the impression that I am generally unhappy and annoyed most of the time?) ;) must be those damn dark movies which I dig every week with relish !!

Krishna: It is back back. I am going with my boriya-bistar, at least for the near future. I don't love this country that much but then you never know. :)

What am I gonna do? hmmm. Other than usual stuff and counting days? I think I will do what I have been doing all this while I was here. I will watch more movies ;)

I will get to see Jules and Jim and Persona on big screen. And Blue Velvet is getting screened in a new print too. And there is a midnight screening of Mulholland Dr. Will see if I can make it. I always wanted to see it on big screen.

A few reasons perhaps which make living, so far from home and people you love, less painful :)

ventilatorblues said...

"must be those damn dark movies which I dig every week with relish !!"

Must be. :)
Good trips to you. May the four winds blow you safely home.

anurag said...

wow. Persona and Mulholland Dr. on big screen.

A few reasons perhaps which make living, so far from home and people you love, less painful :)

Its fair enough reason :))

Alok said...

May the four winds blow you safely home.
that's a beautiful message. thank you :)

anurag, yes. :)
actually I have seen many films on big screen in India too...most of bergman, fassbinder, Apu trilogy, films of lars von trier, german expressionist films, lawrence of arabia etc etc and most of it free! you need to be a little active thats all ;)