As Reiya would say.......Its a supakk combo! Heheheeee! If u guys are wondering what I am talking about, well....
Yuppo! Today is my bloggie birthday. I started my blog exactly a year ago, June 20th, 2003. But the fact remains this is my second blog, but thankfully a blog which I have continued and not abandoned like the earlier one.
I became aware of the whole concept of blogging almost a year and a half back when I came across an article in India Today. I was intrigued by the whole concept. I don't know how but somehow I chanced uponKiruba's blog. That was the first blog I began reading regularly. When I started my first blog, I discontinued it very soon cause of no enthusiasm at all. But I continued reading various blogs until I decided that I will blog myself, again.
I don't know why I blog. I just enjoy it. It is a medium of self expression for me. I like the fact that there are others who comment on what I write. It is a biiiiiiiiiig motivating factor. I never wanted to write personal stuff and I don't think this blog would ever be of a very personal or for that matter a very intimate one. Though it is a dear to me. In the past one year, my blogroll has swelled up from 5 blogs to almost 50 blogs now.phew! (i am sure more would be added now) There are so many amazing writers here. I love reading their stuff. Even though I read an enjoy every blog on my blogroll there are some favourites.
I love your blog, Toinky. I love the way she writes, has the capacity to make the most mundane thing interesting. There have been times when I am kind of down and just by reading some of her posts, I have pepped up. She is fab! I love Toro's blog for the simple reason he writes so beautifully. (I think that's an understatement!)I love blogs by Poo (has a unique way of presenting her thoughts), Vidya (Her blog spells enerjy!!!), Ashwin (Love the simplicity), Ramana (poignant stuff), Suds(his sarcastic sense of humour), Gundu (for the total sadak chaap lingo that he uses....so Mumbaiyya, I love it), Jag (for he gives me a totally different perspective of things being a second generation Indian in Britain which I so enjoy reading) and so many more. the list is endless. (This was kinda tough to do)
But....the most important thing I would cherish are the friendships I have forged. I have known and met some real wonderful people coz of blogging. I love u guys! I know for the fact that blogging or no blogging, our friendship will remain. I wouldn't trade it for anything in this world. Thank u so much guys!
Thank you all who visit my page regularly and bother to leave behind comments. Ur comments are highly valued and very much appreciated. :D Well thanks to all the silent readers too..
I think it is one of the best things I have ever done. Ciao ppl!