April 1, 2010


What-to-do-but?

Suggestions, anyone?

9 comments:

Jenneth said...

Plan a trip to NYC :P

Xeb said...

Haha I wish! But that would not apply for two reasons:

1. NYC very much IS my comfort zone

2. The entire process of getting visa et al removes spontaneity from the process.

A random'er suggestion, anyone?

Ali said...

move to Sialkot (which is not sargodha) and try to work. Heh. Try to work anywhere. On anything.

Xeb said...

Haha, I thought I mentioned I wanted to do 'interesting' things. I don't think Sialkot (or Sargodha) qualifies! :P

Thoth said...

Yours truly hails from one of the aforementioned cities. And must yours truly add that yours truly is like seriously offended at your snobbishness.

Xeb said...

Haha, apologies to yours truly but fact is sometimes fact. No?

Anonymous said...

learn a musical instrument or, since u like dancing, tango/flamenco?

i think it's one of the hardest things to do, xeb: to find one's deepest passions/interests..and then to hold on to them.

Xeb said...

Anon: Tango/Flamenco in Pakistan? I still haven't managed to acquire Salsa lessons! :S

Incidentally, why would anyone want to hold on to interests? Methinks interests/passions generally tend to hold on to you. And the minute you're not interested/passionate it's time to move on to the next.

Anonymous said...

dunno, maybe ur right, xeb..but i think one also has to be open to them for them to take a hold.

don't know about 'moving on' though...of course, we do move on with most things..but one's *deepest* passions/instincts (as Lawrence once said)..that's not so easy to find since it really is being in tune with yourself [well, i read that in a fortune cookie once, anyway! :-) ]

it's like when your old worn-out clothes fit [err..since ur a woman u probably won't get that! :-)]