Never Have I Ever II

I was reading through my 'Never Have I Ever' list hopefully, scanning it to cancel out the goals that I had accomplished in the past year but, alas, there were none. I'm so boring. Duh.
If I were in a Bollywood movie, an ever-helpful messiah would have walked in, took my list and said 'here we go baby, let's start with task number one'. Hmm. Maybe I should put that in the wishlist too. :P
Nevertheless, I did manage to update the list and here it goes:

1. Attend a Rock concert dressed up all punk. Don't think that would be possible in Delhi though (Metallica :D haha).

Pangong Lake, Ladakh
2. Visit Ladakh.

3. Ride a bike.

Add these to the eighteen previous unfulfilled wishes and I have twenty one things on my list.
Tall ask, but let's see. Can't stop dreaming.

Never Have I Ever, my earlier post.

Coming Back Home

Home is where you discover yourself..again and again.

The year is coming to an end and I can say that I have found myself again.
 I can look into myself again, the person staring back at me from the mirror ain't any stranger no more. This is me.This is home. Cynical, arrogant, authoritative and lazy. Spending hours on the rooftop, in the Sun, wind and under the stars, I set my thoughts free, free to race backwards and forwards in time. It's so relaxing.
My eyes drink in the beauty of every fleeting moment. Observing and analyzing. It's good to be back.

Now for the metaphors.

# There is a swarm of mosquitoes here, fighting and clasping over, what looks to me, air. Just plain,simple air. Yet they crowd over this cramped portion. There's plenty of space around here, it's a fucking rooftop. But they're going round and round over that one spot. Is their goal non-existent? Or is it just invisible to me?
It's a good thing they aren't bothering me though ;)