Saturday, December 19, 2009

It's been so long since I posted something handwritten that I practically have to say "Hi". Well, except for the headache I am feeling right now, nothing much there to write about. I'm loving the winter. I went on a trip to Head Balloki and Changa Manga with colleagues, as you might have noticed from the pictures. Which brought me in a love affair with photography. I was fortunate enough to have a colleague's Canon EOS 20D which had two things I always wanted: Aperture and Shutter priorities. These two things are non-existent in normal point-and-shoot cameras and backbone of semi-pro photography. Anyway, one of my own priorities these days is to save enough to buy a camera with these two things.

Recently a friend of mine discovered 8 bottles of Surficol in my fridge. Needless to say, it is my favorite medicine, if it's a medicine at all because I really love it. Turns out that whenever I had cough I always bought new one and never checked the fridge before that. Well, I didn't want to shock him with a 3 month old pack of salad buried in there.

On the sad note, I have developed a constant fear of being in a bomb blast. I hardly go out for shopping and whenever I go there's this ticktock of a time-bomb that keeps running in back of my head. This is very, very unfortunate what our country has come to.

On such a fearful shopping spree, I bought a wrist watch. It's my first wrist watch in 10 years and I feel all childish again; ready to tell everyone what time it is.

Also, I have been working much of my night-time on a personal project. It's a small web application. You can have a sneak peek here.

  • Anonymous Dinky Mind said...
    December 19, 2009 at 9:59 PM
    So, what time is it? =P
    And is it that same Tissot you photographed in your previous post? I so love it! Both the picture and the watch!!!!
  • Anonymous Asma said...
    December 21, 2009 at 11:48 PM
    tum sirf login page hi kiyun banatay ho?
  • Anonymous JAK said...
    December 22, 2009 at 5:56 PM
  • Blogger Vaqas said...
    December 23, 2009 at 9:47 PM
    hey Asma, it's because for any user, login page is the entry point to the system and it just fascinates me start from this.
  • Anonymous ywb said...
    December 30, 2009 at 2:26 PM
    gud for u


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