I am not an environmentalist but definitely a tad worried about the way we would handover this beautiful earth to our future generation. It's a shame that 150 odd countries could not come up with something to save the Earth at Copenhagen (was it because of too many cooks working out a new recipe). The moot question is if I am also to be blamed.
I have a blog and my readers (157) waits eagerly to adds 7 grams of CO2 each time they search for my blog through Google search and over it Google adds to its carbon footprint to maintain my blog in its server (Who should we blame - Google/Readers or Me?).
It has been long since I slapped a blog post. It took quite a bit to write the first line, I was too conscious about increasing the carbon footprint. With a bit of encouragement from my last blog posts (comments) and the significance of reaching out, I was able to pick up some courage and tapped on the keyboard.
I think, I should dedicate this one to my close ones especially my sister Twishi (my mamaji's daughter) and a much cleaner Shimla (since banning plastic in HP).
Twishi is sweet and cute, she always asks me about my blogs and stories but have never been able to catch up herself (no internet at home). And, then I have the other members of the tribe who couldn't careless if I write or sing. Robin Sharma, shamelessly tells that he started small and he only had his family members when he launched his first book - he has come a long way since them. I have been trying hard to convince my kith and kin to subscribe to my post but in vain (they feel they have better things to do than read my feeble attempt at humor).
Christ church was the first on the list. I clicked quite a number of pictures surreptitiously (wasn't sure if photography was allowed). I was in awe at the sight of this imposing and historic structure. It definitely has a rich history - don't miss the plaques on the walls in the memory of loved ones, it might draw a tear.
We roamed around like it was our first time there and trigger happy me didn't miss any photo opportunity (we even put the tourists to shame). A delectable Singapore noodles for lunch was followed by coffee at Barista (we had bag packers, sketchers and some elated tourists for company). It was followed by a bit of shopping for books and then an enjoyable quite bus ride home.
By the way, when are we celebrating the Environment Day?
- Happy belated b'day Twishi and thanks for slipping the new year card in my bag (sorry this time I found it much before the D day). Hope you have a good and prosperous new year. AFJ2FE6ME6P7