coming back at ya


Someone: “Why didn’t you pursue music? Why did you want a career in writing?”

Me: “I thought I had more talent in expressing myself using the written word.”

Someone: “But you cant use it everyday. You can sing everyday.”

me: “Ouch!”

I was stung.

and then, resolved to use what I know to do best, right here. everyday. hopefully.


13 responses »

  1. As you write here, you just have to keep adding audio files of you singing (see, I’m orae the respecting your anonymity and not asking for a video!) and that will be two mangoes, one stone and all that no? I’m sure every other commenter here will agree with me.

    • lol! that’s the day donkeys will get on the www, and log in to register protest.
      I love the happiness bursting out from your blog, revs:-)
      lovely, thought.
      and I love how happiness has to be on your mind because of this marathon. I urge you to continue for the rest of 2014, 2015, 2016 … till 2114

      • Call us donkeys if you want! But we will not protest, we promise! Come on, indulge us!! *puts on her best paavam face* I’ll even settle for one kutti audio file in my mail box. Please please?

        And thank you 🙂 This Happiness Project has been one of the best forms of therapy I’ve had so far. Has made me notice all the little things in life and some such zen things. And God knows, I needed it after the last couple of years 🙂

  2. I chose writing as a profession, and I can’t tell you how many times I have been asked “what is there to write?” (“Appadi ennathaan irukku ezhutha?”!
    The joy of writing has to be experienced.
    Love your style.

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