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Why chai at six? Because growing up, my family and I would have chai every evening. Those moments of my youth are among my most favorite memories.

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    chai at six
    The table finally got its three coats of Bombay Mahogany and had its legs installed late Sunday night. It looks amatuerish but good. I'm very proud. It's currently sitting in my dining area and I've placed a sierra-red colored bowl on it with some apples. Very painter-like, as a colleague told me.

    And I finally bought a sofa!

    I can't believe it I plunged and went ahead with it. I still can't believe I bought it in Knoxville for less than $1,000! But yes, it's made by Rowe and I saw a picture of it in O.P. Jenkins furniture store. Since they're all made to order, I've requested lime green with a mahogany finish. Should be here in less than a month. Now people actually have a place to sit when they come visit me!

    A lot of fun things have been going on the past week for me:
    • had beer from the tap — I'm not a fan
    • attended a meetup — not what I expected
    • met someone from Digs — digsters are cool!
    • watched "Matrix Reloaded" — the action scenes were too computerized
    • went dancing (salsa too!) — fun fun fun
    • went bike riding — ass and thighs hurt, but still great fun

    The weather is getting hotter. I've got to get me a fan. I've noticed I'm talking more and more like a Southerner.

    Today was as special too, since I talked to one of my friends who I attended first grade with. It was her birthday today, so I decided to call, after a long long time. Blame is on my part — a shy away too much to call people. It's really good to catch up with people you haven't heard from in a while. She gets married next year, which is so awesome and so surreal. Someone from my age group is settling down.

    Also spoke to two of my best girlfriends in the U.S. The night was full of laughs.

    Now let me continue with "Gone with the Wind," before I softly sleep.

    Posted by Jigsha at 6/18/2003 12:48:00 AM | link to entry |