Just some time ago, a friend emailed me:
.... and by the way, today is world women day. My whole newspaper is talking about feminism and men's emancipation. I'll give it to you after having finished, ja?
I am curious about it. In any case, I’ll read it and report here.
Off topic: Have I mentioned that I like it when someone suggests/gives me something to read (which they liked, or think I’ll like?). It shows care and concern and of course is a proof that I was in their mind while reading it. Isn’t it a lovely thing to feel cared for?
As a person who has more female friends than most people, I have had many chances to talk about women’s problems and let me make it clear, I am on women’s side. I have mentioned it a few times and also have given some links. I don’t want to repeat them here.
In my personal experience, there were/are more male-idiots than female-idiots. And some of the male-idiots even excelled in being so. So… you know?
Note: I do hate those moments when feminism goes “MAD/WILD”. I and D sometimes have discussions about it.
Anyway, I make use of this occasion to ask all of you to work towards a world where everyone is free to do anything he/she wishes, without being judged or looked down at, where everyone has equal rights, equal protection etc. etc. (irrespective of gender/race/creed/anything)
And now, I bring your attention to some snap-shots from my life:
Typical Kerala Food (called Puttu)… But nobody has ever made Puttu in McDonald’s cups. We didn’t have the right utensils.
This is the entrance to my room. A flowery welcome.
Like I started, I end with the same friend who sent me the email. Here is her cat, lying on her legs. She (the cat, “L”) was very comfortable lying on back, on that soft quilt. (I apologise to L, for the unexpected camera-flash).
That was all my dear friends. My busy day/weak is ON and I am in a quite good mood. You all have a wonderful time too.
Signing off, Sands.
PS: My Malayalam blog readers would see the same photos there too. Perhaps with more details of the images.