1. I have completed registration of books on rack number two of almirah number thirteen. It might complete for the rack number three today. Then two more racks.
2. Though i issued Peter D Polnay’s The Umbrella Thorn for myself: haven’t proceeded beyond page first so far. Aditi and Other Deities in Veda by MP Pandit has reached about 120 pages, give or take, yet to complete reading 185 pages I need time. I got the book issued on December 24th. I hear you when you say: “Why should I bother about your narcissistic procrastination. ” You’re right. Compare this with Lori. She might already have completed reading dozens of book by now. And she’s a mother. In my defence: I play a lot of word games and even there I am not making top of the charts. Where was I?
3. My score in the screenshot above isn’t very impressive. I intend to reach to the top spot. But that means: sleeping less, talking lesser and spending more time on vocabulary.com
4. The theatre rehearsal in library is crowded. Those people don’t have any big hall like that. I can’t waste electric power so I share hall with them in evening. It’s easier sometimes but being with twenty people in a hall isn’t fun. It’s not my idea of fun. It takes toll on my energy. They have stretched it.
5. I didn’t fully comprehend what this NGO was about and what was their source of income. Now that I do it a bit i see why things are the way they are.
6. I swept library floor and verandah. Collected garbage from around it and burnt it along with some dried leaves which were present in the dump.
7. Filled two buckets of water for kitchen.
8. Discussed a chapter “Packing,” by Jerome K Jerome.
9. The story was comic. The funniest of punch seems to be about Montmorrency. I thought it was a person. When I found it was a dog I felt such comedy on a mentally retarded being was not justified. Then it occurred to me that it must have been close to its owner, the author of the text.
10. Sat in the granary field basking in the Sun. Watched birds. And an amazing dance!
Here’s a Tohu Verse:
Dancer dances prancer prances
Saint Frances I see see
Crust of Hurst
Rust rustic ticket pachyderm
CSV format harmattan hamartia
Martial law arts smart marts
Start unannounced bounced
Outside the outhouse sidereal
Real estate zodiac almanac
Ions on onions snowing wings
On swings rings grow in rows
Of twos and threes and fours
Scores of chores end to pretend
11. The word Tohu comes from Jewish mystic tradition Kabbalah. It means chaos. I invented Tohu Verse form.