Showing posts from September, 2012

Gautam's Birthday!

It was Gautam's birthday yesterday.When we woke up we started singing the birthday song to Gautam and he opened his gifts and he got a truck from me, a plane from mom and a helicopter from dad and then he wore his kurta pyjama to school. He got a nice card from his teacher and when I came to the bus then he was surrounded by children who went away and he gave me one chocolate and gave two of my colony friends chocolates and then it got over and then he chased till our house because I tried to do birthday bums on him and our grandmother surprised him and gave him a truck she had got as his gift. Then in the evening all his friends started coming and they danced then we cut the cake and then they went away with the return gifts and we opened his gifts and I started reading a book he got and then we had dinner and we slept.

A good read

Recently I read Mockingjay. It is in the hunger games series. It is about Katniss Everdeen who has been rescued from the arena and her district's all parts except the victors village is bombed and they flee to district thirteen. District thirteen was believed to have been bombed and destroyed during the first rebellion but people were living underground and they were living in isolation all that time without anyone knowing about and when the survivors of district twelve arrive they are given district thirteen citizenship and soon get to know that a epidemic pox had spread over there and are given meals according to their size and weight and they get no less and no more and have schedule printed on hands which lets them go places they are supposed to be and make them remember. It washes away after the last thing on it which is sleep. Gale gets a comunnicuff for rescuing survivors of the bombs.  Katniss is in hospital and doesn't need to follow her schedule and then a person ca…

My Green Ambassador Project

Yesterday I had my green ambassador project. We had to go a petrol bunk and check the emission certificate. Before going we were given instructions and then we went and I was lucky to be in the first batch and then we started asking and giving green and red tags for having the emission certificate and not having it respectively and giving tip cards and taking down their vehicle's plate number, money the owner spends for fuel per month, distance travelled in that particular vehicle and total fuel tank capacity which were noted down by the leader. Out of the six in our group, two were holding banners, the leader noting down on the paper, two putting red and green tags and one giving tip cards, I had the role of introducing us to the vehicle owner and asking him/her the questions. In the first ten minutes or so their were only two wheelers which came to the place allotted to us and then after it we got many car and bikes to ask and at the end of the hour we had finished three pages …