Thursday, April 15, 2010

Happy Vishu!!

First of all, happy vishu and happy new year to all Indians to whom it applies! Have an awesome year ahead. :)

So, Vishu. Childhood vishu was all about sleeping till early morning, waking up by mom with her hand closing my eyes.. then opening my eyes to the Vishu Kani, the splendor of classically arranged riches. Then praying, followed by some crackers and sleep some more. Later, pocket money by mom and dad, also known as a Vishu Kaineettam. Then the splendid lunch. Altogether, one awesome day.
Four years ago, after my college term started, i started feeling like a lady and decided i can do a better job in arranging the kani than mom(DO NOT TELL HER!) and i pestered her into letting me do the job, and when i say since then my family has been seeing better kani, i am not bragging :D
So this year too, around 11, after everyones dinner, i started out doing and completed it in 45 mins(Yes its a lot of work) unlike the last years 2 hours. Hmm i am improving. :) And like every year, i slept, mom woke me, took me down stairs, i didn't tripped or opened eyes in between, which i do every year and later lie about, and had an awesome view and slept promptly later. Mom had made all dished and left the Kheer for me to make, which i didn't messed up.. We didn't do any crackers, as our neighbors have a 3 month old kid. But we were shocked when we heard crackers and went out to see them bursting crackers. *facepalm*.
So all in all, yet another nice Vishu.. may this be a nice indication of the year i am about to have. Amen.

So the treat for you! see.. see.. i didn't bragged et all..

And another view...

So once again, Happy vishu, have all the riches this year, and do forgive the writer's block-ed self of mine.
Adios Amigos!


Rudra. said...

Nice... happy Vishu! :)

For last year’s words belong to last year’s language,And next year’s words await another voice

DrEaMy PrInCeSs said...

umm..wouldn't it be better to mind ur grammar once in a while>?

Heathcliffs Girl said...

such a pwetty kanni!
i am very excited to find mallu blogs (assuming of course)