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Life@new Place...:-)

Well, I was off the blog since last many days, as shifted to a new semi constructed venue, My new home, This change has come after 6 years of long stay at my previous home, Changes do come nothing is permanent, though we were livin on rent, but still 6 and a half years is a long time...On one side i can say a house has changed home hasnt ... because house is a construction of Cement,bricks, marble,stone , wood and Plaster of paris.. Home isnt.. 

Home is a unique blend of joy,love,affection,dedication, labour,sincerity, devotion of family towards its members... It includes amalgamation of thoughts,sacrificies that the members of family do and share...so I can say... We have shifted the house, bt not the home... I am happy to be part of my home... On the contrary if i recall the past 6 and half years, my previous house has given my family a lot, it was like leaving an integral part of life.. bro became engineer there, i got graduated, we shared the happiest days there... me , my family, my friends have shared the important and precious days of life there... Once  I thought, rather dreamt of going to our own contruction from tht rented house, butt but but Dreams dont come with a guarantee, statistics say tht 80% of the dreams stay a dream :-):-):-):-)

Chalo yeh to tha ek personal matter, whtever happens is for betterment, may be something better is there for us... :-):-) Irregularity in writing continuesssssss , i came back on blog after a long time... Sorryy for it.... No promises this time....

Well, after Saurav Dada, Anil Kumble the gentleman of Indian Cricket has announced his retirement from Intl Cricket.. He was a great player and an all time favourite.. I feel tht a beginnin to the end of 'era of 90s Stars' in Indian cricket has started.. Good or bad ... depends.. lets see the matches ahead.... but for sure.. we cant afford to stop acknowledgin the legends of Indian Cricket... 

Life is moving slow.. plannin to add some innovative features in the list... please keep waitin.. and keep reading my posts...

Warmth

Ankit


Comments

Unknown said…
congratulations 4 shifting to new home........dnt worry home is home, gng to new home, dere will be happiness in ur heart and leaving old place, u might be sad also.....but it's a part of life and those sweet memories are always with u and ur family whether u live in new place or old........
M_U_K_U_N{U_V} said…
Sir ji ab ye to app mujhe Counter questioning ke lie encourage kar rahe ho..
Abhi recent posts me to ham Dreams Unlimited Private Limited pe stress de rahe the or is post me aap itne Saddy saddy boll rahe ho dreams ke baare me..

Hunny Bunny aise ache nahi lagte...


CONGRATS 4 getting settled and welcome backkkkkk..

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