Just 15 days to go and the mind has started playing its games. Its actually a strange mix of excitement and nervousness. The final days of my bachelorhood are here. It feels strange that my status will finally change after 32 years. Am sure its going to be an interesting 2nd half of my life. Honestly, am itching to get started.
Met up with a couple of friends over dinner on Friday. As we lazed at the beach watching the waves and the ships in the background, my friends mercilessly kept ribbing me over my soon to be ex-single life. It was good fun. Both of them are married and it was good to hear their experiences. We went for dinner at a Kerala restaurant. It was a funny bachelor’s party as hardly any booze flowed. All of us had just one glass of beer each keeping in mind the tradition. As one was working the next morning and the other was driving, none wanted to increase the intake of alcohol. And i love such a scenario. Cost effective too, u see 😉
My colleagues and friends are so surprised that my wedding is close by and iam so cool with no visible stress signs. They dont realise that all the tension of arranging stuff for my wedding has been outsourced to my parents and brother back home. All i need is to do is to just laze my way into the wedding. Will shop for my clothes in Hyderabad. Clothes are damn costly in Singapore and also there is not much choice unlike in India. Unless i want to shop for brands, which i dont. Anyway the stuff you buy for the wedding just rots away in the cupboard once the D day is over. That’s why i love the whole concept in Europe and America where people like to rent their suits, tuxedo, wedding gown etc for the day. That’s very cost-effective.
Meanwhile, an interaction with Nandan Nilekani, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of Infosys on CNBC’s “Young Turks Tutorial”. I cant seem to be able embed the video. Click on the links here and here to watch it. Quite a nice watch.