Friday, September 18, 2009

Something to look forward to

Holidays are something which never fails to evoke excitement amongst all age groups for various reasons. Children get an off from their classroom lectures and the boring black boards; College kids from their droning lectures and working professionals from their corporate drones. A day off, probably sounds like a magic wand which promises to bestow its best and relieve one out boredom and routine. It’s even more of a treat when such days fall near a weekend which makes it into a delightful long one propelling one to make plans with immense zest. Thanks to festivals and birthdays of renowned leaders, we have been blessed with 3 continuous 3 day weekends. First one is eid, second Dussehra and the third Gandhi Jayanti.

These are days of relaxation, partying or just catching up with friends. With movies releasing in plenty, it proves to be a vacation of visual treats with the hope of such flicks being good ones or a laugh riot entertainment. Or it’s probably time for some to bag pack and do a weekend getaway by the sea or amidst the lush green plains of the Western Ghats.

Whatever said and done, one feels like a new person altogether after the three blissful days irrespective of any activity or none. What wouldn't one do to wish for more joyous occasions like these to celebrate more than one thing?? Meanwhile it’s certainly the time to disco as I'm already doing a jig here thinking of the treat awaiting us for the next 3 weeks. It makes my Dil Bole Haddipa!!! Speaking of which, I managed to catch the movie yesterday on big screen. A peppy entertainer with Rani stealing the show and it brings out the Cricket Mania in India.

Anyways wishing all Eid Mubarak, Happy Dussehra and a very Happy b'day to our beloved Bappu in advance.:-)

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7 Comments:

Blogger Ayesha Parveen said...

Yes, holidays are fun :) Have a great time, Swetha. And, Happy Birthday to your Bappu :)

3:14 AM  
Blogger manivannan said...

A very timely post! I admired the way you've written it. It's really contagious.. Now, I, too, am eagerly waiting for the holidays ahead :D

Happy celebrations!

3:17 AM  
Blogger Whirlwind said...

Thanks Ayesha.:-)

@Manivannan:Thanks a lot!! And Happy hols.:-)

12:00 AM  
Blogger A New Beginning said...

Have a lovely time:)

8:57 PM  
Blogger Whirlwind said...

Thanks a lot.:-)

10:54 PM  
Blogger workhard said...

I love any festive season..

U have a great time...



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