Wednesday, August 09, 2006

I've been tagged!
by RK


When I first saw his comment on my blog saying I was tagged, I wondered what I was supposed to do, but then, I followed his direction and learnt that this "tagging" isn't so bad after all...its actually a lot of fun. So, here goes..

I’m thinking about:
What to make for dinner:))

I said:
Everything that happens is for the best

I want to:
taste the benne masale dose at CTR, that
RK raves about

I wish:
I could write better

I hear:
only what I want to

I wonder:
what life was like in the 50’s and 60’s

I regret:
Nothing

I am:
a good mom(or so they say).Also I'm very modest:))

I dance:
When I’m happy

I sing:
All the time

I cry:
When I watch sad scenes in movies and also when I’m extremely happy..

I’m not always:
busy..I take time out for the good things in life-family and friends

I make with my hands:
The best matar-paneer in the world(my family says) and my own Ganesha for Ganesh pooja

I write:
what I feel

I confuse:
everyone, but mostly myself

I need:
Love and friendship

And finally:
I am thankful for all that God has given me…especially my family and good friends (including my blogger buddies)

I tag
Vj,
Ajeya,
Couch Potato,
Kartik and
Britmum

24 Comments:

At 10:37 PM, Blogger couch potato said...

Nice tagging. And thanks for tagging me. But check this one out: Gabbittat. It's got some serious opinions but quite readable.

 
At 10:57 PM, Blogger Lilize said...

hehehe i still haven't found out that tag thing..

but nice post anyways hehe

 
At 12:27 AM, Blogger Britmum said...

O.k., O.k. I have been tagged twice today. I have done yours second. Hey yours is brilliant.

Take care xx

 
At 12:48 AM, Anonymous rk said...

Good girl, you have finished the assignment in time! ;)

excellent list, tp. will be glad to treat u at CTR for a Benne Masale and hot filter Coffee! :)

 
At 2:22 AM, Blogger Jim said...

Those are nice answers. Too bad you couldn't taste the 50s and 60s. The sixties were fun.
..

 
At 4:30 AM, Blogger Vj said...

Hey ...thanku thanku

but I still don't get the contest
Do I have to give answers to any questions?


What do i do
Please enlighten

 
At 5:07 AM, Anonymous Gangadhar said...

I’m not always:
busy..I take time out for the good things in life-family and friends
...i liked dis verymuch..I've seen so many people telling they're quite busy or so..and they don't attend some important things do..Nice on u,TP....

And Ganesh pooja..I love it doing too..I help my wife during this festival only...lolzz

Nicely done...

 
At 5:28 AM, Blogger Shruthi said...

Very nice list!

 
At 6:02 AM, Anonymous rk said...

Vj,
Answering on behalf of TP:

I asked my Professor:
really donno what to do when someone tags you! plz tell me what do i do?

Professor replied:
Nothing, just copy my post, retain the words in bold, and delete the rest, and put in your own responses and post it on your blog. At the end, you “Tag” five people - it just means that they have to make the same list. That’s it!
Of course, you are completely free to ignore the Tag too!


Did I hear you say, “That’s all, is it”? Well, after the problem is solved, everything in the world becomes THAT’S ALL! ;)

 
At 9:53 AM, Blogger Vj said...

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At 9:59 AM, Blogger Vj said...

i
My blog theme doesn't give me the freedom to write personal things .iam planning to have another blog but that is too time consuming..so I posted my anwers here in my anohter blog..

I wrote what came to my mind..and was finished in 3 minutes .Oh when I read it now . I sound like a materialistic guy

http://vjpixxx.blogspot.com/2006_04_01_vjpixxx_archive.html

 
At 10:34 AM, Blogger travel plaza said...

CP,
Did check out Gabbittat. Its awesome. Have to go back there for more reading soon.

lilize,
Thanks and welcome to my blog:))

britmum,
Thanks. Your list is brilliant too. Just checked it out:)

RK,
Thanks..Can't wait to taste the benne masale and filter coffee..pure bliss:-)

JIm,
Thanks...Were the 60's really swingin'?Really wish I'd been able to experience those times..

 
At 10:38 AM, Blogger travel plaza said...

VJ,
Just checked out your list..quite impressive.

Gangadhar, Thanks so much. At our house too we all like doing Ganesh Pooja very much. Hubby and kids especially enjoy this festivel. And I said, I make my own ganesh idol for the pooja..so its extra special:-)

Shruthi,
Thanks:-)

 
At 11:42 AM, Blogger Britmum said...

I have linked you. I hope you don't mind.

Take care xx

 
At 5:18 PM, Blogger travel plaza said...

Britmum,
I don't mind at all. I'm honored. Thanks:))

 
At 3:56 PM, Blogger Jim said...

Thanks for linking me. I'm very pleased, but I'd better behave now!
..

 
At 7:40 PM, Blogger Travelin' Tracy said...

Cute tag! I always love it when I'm tagged too, but they really make you think, don't they?

 
At 7:32 PM, Blogger Dav said...

awesome!

 
At 11:05 PM, Blogger travel plaza said...

JIm,
You're welcome:)

Tracy and Dav,
Thanks:))

 
At 1:36 AM, Anonymous rk said...

hey, u r just like my sis. she too makes her own ganesh idols. request u to write a post relating to how u make them....plz.
thanks in advance
rk

 
At 3:50 AM, Blogger christine said...

" I make with my hands:
The best matar-paneer in the world(my family says) and my own Ganesha for Ganesh pooja" Oooh la la, I must get myself invited to your place to try this someday! I love matar paneer. I'm not sure what ganesh pooja is but would love to try it too. :)

 
At 9:39 AM, Blogger travel plaza said...

RK,
I'll definitely try to write a post about making the Ganesh idol. I'm not sure if I will be able to convey the process clearly, but I will certainly try:))I started out making them with play-doh..you know the clay kids use to play with, but slowly started making them with regular clay.

Christine,
You're welcome anytime to my home for some matar paneer. it'll be my pleasure to make it for you:))
Ganesh Pooja is a festival for Hindus where in we invoke the blessings of Lord Ganesha, "the elephant God" by praying to him and offering him fruits, flowers and sweets. Traditionally, after three days of festivities, the Ganesh idol is submerged in water. The next year we use another idol. I make these idols myself every year.

 
At 2:59 PM, Blogger Maverick said...

u seem to be very happy and content with ur life, gr8. i love happy people :-)

 
At 6:05 PM, Blogger travel plaza said...

Thanks Maverick:)

 

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