This is a first “out of track” post in this blog. Well if you did realize that the activity in this blog from my side has gone down a wee bit…. you guessed it right! Sorry for having kept you all in the dark for sooo long. I am moving from Indonesia like a typical nomad expat. I have lived here for around 11 years now and have a great set of Bharathanatyam students I will have to leave behind. It is emotionally very challenging… I have hardly been myself.
The sheer amount of crap that I did manage to collect (apart from my son’s artwork) was overwhelming especially when it has now come to packing. Well the point is the internet and computer will also go eventually. So I might be a little on and off and please excuse me. Well I intend to return to the circuit by the second week of July… But you never know my only predictable trait being my unpredictability I might hop in at any internet cafe (Warnet for my local readers) and post something. Please keep sending in your comments. I will look into the them as often as I can. If you did come upon something new and think would benefit our BN society at large, post it as a comment I will move it into a new post.
Well here’s some hasya rasa provided by my family and friends who kept me going when I so pathetically told them that I was moving. (Well I didnt say where I was going, did I?- Fine KL , Malaysia it is:)
Ok! Now for the quotable quotes from dear friends, relatives and aquaintances who never fail to make me laugh through my tears..
- ” Is Bandung not in Malaysia? Didnt Indonesia belong to Malaysia .Oh so you were not in Malaysia- I thought you were based in Malaysia all this while”( well excuse me aunty, did you go to Geography class at school?..)
- ” Wow now you get to learn Bahasa Melayu” (Great reason for a change isnt it- anyway Malay isnt very different from Indonesian Thankyou)
- “Now I have reason to fly Malaysian Air” (Welcome to KL on transit)
- “Please don’t forget to buy the green Cap balm from Indonesia one last time”(Adoooo- sayang sekali, love this one)
- “Dont leave the wet grinder behind” (sigh!-I am sure you can guess where this one comes from)
- I always wanted to go to KL (O dear! I don’t even want to know what that means in this context)
Well change is the only permanent thing in life say wise men. Will meet you with more on Bharathanatyam from Malaysia… KL here I come:)