Friday, August 31, 2012

The Sweet Separation

It’s a human sign
When things go wrong
When the scent of him lingers
And temptations strong

Into the Boundary
Of each young couple
Sweet deceit comes calling
And negativity lands

Oh, cold heart
Distance made you so
Baby, some things look better
Just passing through.

It’s no sacrifice
But just a simple word
It’s two hearts living
In two separate worlds.

The Friday Event

Not everything in your life goes the way you expect to. And you have to live with it.

Today, as I rushed to attend my regular International Students Workshop, they were discussing about the food available in different countries. I was too excited to share my curry but unfortunately, I couldn’t share it because the room was going to be smelly and I didn’t wanted to spoil the conversation that was flowing in the room. So, my curry sadly lies in my bad and slightly happy that I don't have to cook dinner. Funny!

Anyways, there were two new International students attending the Workshop and one of them had a difficult time understanding the meaning of the word. So,more than half of the time was spent explaining the meaning of words to her. That's when I literally felt sleepy partly because I didn't speak during our conversation and then I stayed awake overnight.

Howsoever, even if we didn’t have a food eating session, I had a good time feeling sleeping and talking about 'feeling sleepy' to my friend.
I am hoping that no such thing happen to me again. Because I like it when things go as planned.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

A Request: Bhutanese Curry for International Students

For the past few weeks, I have been attending to International students activity held on every Friday of the week. In this Event, there are students from different countries; Thailand, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Turkey and Bhutan. Basically what we do is share about our culture, places and people in it. Moreover, we also learn about what is in Australia.

Interestingly, for this week, we are asked to bring a curry (for me, Bhutanese curry) and other students will bring their share.

I am thinking of taking Kewa Datsi or Shamu Datsi but I wanted to ask you guys or if not, request you all if you could suggest me some Bhutanese curries except for Ema Datsi. They will die of Diarrhea or I will be terminated from participating in it. I am kidding. Let me know what you all think about the curry I mentioned earlier.

Leave me some options please [Latest by this Thursday; 30/08/12]

As an additional fun, I decided to take kira and show them how to wear it. I am hoping they will love Bhutan’s national dress as much as we like wearing it. Don't worry. I will explain about Gho as well. I can’t wait for the day to come. I am all excited to talk about it. It will be fun. I will update about Friday Event on the following day.