Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Fish

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I've been gone for a while and to all those who missed my silvery evilness, hellos. I actually did reply to the comments in my previous posts but this stupid Blogger displayed an error page both times and swallowed them all. Then I was just too tired to type everything out again. So I just disappeared instead.

Nothing fantastic has been happening. Other than the fact that my mother landed in Pune with boxes of fish for me to eat. Yes, she carried them in her cabin baggage. The things mothers do. *Sniff* I like this baby already. It objects to the smell of sambar but I stop feeling nauseous when fish is frying in the kitchen. Nice Mallu DNA. Maybe it will have a coconut instead of a head and call me Memmy. It also has the Mallu love for strikes. The day Anna Hazare called for a nation-wide fast, I couldn't keep any food down. Revolution is in the blood, komarade.

How boring is a healthy lifestyle. No wonder people adopt one only when they are sixty plus and close to dying anyway. I miss the restauranting of the yesteryear. The days when we could sit in the theatre for six hours and watch two movies back to back and not carry a bottle of lemon juice like it was an oxygen cylinder. Sigh. But it should get better soon. Only a couple more weeks for the first trimester to end. And if my nausea doesn't go away by then, I will move to a fisherman colony in Sri Lanka.

That's all for now.


11 comments:

Srinivas said...

I am a little short on adjectives when it comes to describing lines like the following from your end. Maybe you should take it easy on your glut of wit and allow time for the "compliment" watertables of mere mortals like me regurgitate themselves! :D

"Nice Mallu DNA. Maybe it will have a coconut instead of a head and call me Memmy. It also has the Mallu love for strikes. The day Anna Hazare called for a nation-wide fast, I couldn't keep any food down. Revolution is in the blood, komarade."


Take care :)


PS: And blogger keeps swallowing my comments too. And when it does so at the end of a long working day, which is usually when I comment on blogs, I get doubly miffed! x-(

R's Mom said...

hahahhaaha! cute..moms are the best na..:) take care of your health

Ramya said...

Looks like a true blue (err....red) communist baby. With strong opinions already! You take care.

anna\'s mom said...

oh well. hope you feel better soon. i somehow didn't have ANY morning sickness or cravings. and i am weird enough that it bothered me. i mean what's a pregnancy without a few mornings spent lying in the loo or some middle of the night cravings for chocolate icecream with lemon pickle. i don't even have any interesting pregnancy stories to tell - sob.
and fish is supposedly good for the baby. all those luverly omega 3 acids.

Abirami Rajendran said...

lol! eat well(i'm glad you don't know where I live)

take care, you two!

vishesh said...

No clue what I should say. I always get lost in mommy blogs. :P

writerzblock said...

Ha ha ha! The first tri is always most difficult. Stay fishy :-) Maybe you can choose a fishy-sort-of-name like Meenakshi (if its a girl) for the little one :-)

chandrima said...

nice one!

CMCK said...

I wish n pray fishy baby gets your humour genes! Good luck!

Pavithra said...

I have high hopes for this child. Seems to have its head screwed on well. :) Enjoy Mum's cooking, girl, and stay healthy (am aware that you can't really beat me for that ;P)

GB said...

@Srini- :D Thank you, Ungil.

@R's Mom- Trying, trying!

@Ramya- Will do!!

@Abirami- That's all I seem to be doing these days. And sleeping.

@Vishesh- This is a post about fish. Not about mommy.

@Writerz- I like Meenakshi. It sounds all revolutionary types. Will put on shortlist.

@Chandrima- Thanks!

@CMCK- Yay. I hope so too ;)

@Pavithra- Mummies are best. I haven't stepped into the kitchen for ages now. Yay.