this is the first in a potential (currently undetermined) series titled "india's like . . ."
during our endpoint meeting last week in corbett national park (where we observed a liger with our very own eyes!), we discussed what we were NOT looking forward to facing in the US. topping my list was the unavoidable question to be posed by many well-meaning friends: "How was India?" you, my dear readers, can help me in advance by cleverly disguising your curiousity with other words. and i am planning how to stage my own inside joke. i will begin my answer with, "india's like (then fill in the blank with the first thing that comes to mind)." when practicing with a friend, she began, "india's like a bubble bath." the onus is then on her to make the connection so the inside joke goes undetected.
i KNOW, you don't have to tell me, how cruel this is in the face of genuine interest. but imagine, "india's like a gecko." this was my favorite of the day and put a smile on my face as i forced myself to make the mental leap -- "india's like a gecko, darting in so many directions that you can barely follow it. fearful at first, i came to recognize the innocence and intricacy of this crazy creature . . ."
hmmm... I'll start my creative thinking now, in advance. ;) But since what I will really want to know, is about YOU more than the place (I know about some of that), it might not be too hard =)
however, that doesn't mean I won't ask a few dumb questions, so sorry in advance - lol. I look forward to seeing you! Hope we can arrange it - glad we'll at least both be in CT! ;)
Hmmm, I think India is like a dell computer AC adapter :)
yeah, the seemingly intelligent monitor relies on the adapter for continuous power much like our country relies on India. Perhaps the US could function for a time on battery power, but it would eventually run out of juice. How's THAT, Lamps?
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