Sunday, March 4, 2012

Photo A Day: Bedside

Day 4 of "March Photo A Day Challenge" : Bedside

Nothing fancy by my bedside... just a side table with some "stuff". Here's a picture of it...


There are some coasters on the top, along with some medicines and a table lamp.

And you can see some magazines stacked in the bottom section... copies of Life Positive mainly. And an electric connecting board, to hold the plugs for the lamp, the mosquito repellent unit, and a mobile charger.

That's all. Nothing much to write about this particular topic.


This is my fourth post for NaBloPoMo March 2012.
Link to the previous post: "Photo A Day: Neighborhood"

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16 comments:

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Why do you not have any dust anywhere?

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

Oh but there is! Probably not showing up in the pic.

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Ah good. I was getting a complex.

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

Covered with dust all around at the moment! :(

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Thank you Aravali Mountains.

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

kyun? Kya ye saari dust wahan se aa rahi hai Jaipur?

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Nehi. The only thing keeping the Thar from overrunning Delhi are the Aravalis. Jaipur ke dust se bachta hai Dilli.

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

Oh. Haha! Geography was never one of my favorite subjects! :P

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Mine neither, in school. In fact I simply ignored huge swathes of my geography textbook in Xth, boards be hanged. I could not even read, forget memorize, those mind numbing chapters about the mineral reserves found in our various states.

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

LOL @ mineral reserves! It was quite impossible to remember what mineral/crop was produced by which state of the country. After a brief cursory glance through the entire book, I realized that most of the stuff was found in Bihar. So I just memorized about the rest of the stuff, and in the exam, I put everything I didn't remember in Bihar. Of course, it was the before-partition Bihar that time. After partition, all the good stuff went to Jharkhand!

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Have you heard of Dwarka's flying mosquitoes? They're something else. Wave after wave of whistling kamikaze squadrons dive in undeterred even as we mount full scale chemical and biological warfare, using such deadly agents as Goodknight mats and repellent creams that would make any ordinary mosquito quake in its shoes. Aapke Jaipur ke machhar to ganwaar hain :P

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

How do you find such old posts? :-/

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

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Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

Apparently, you're the only reader on this blog to whom that section is visible!

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Nope. I'm awesome.

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

:|

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