Weekend muse, where art thou?- Day 4


The day dawned late. It’s a weekend here, so…I’m very lazy today.


Can I do a Wordless Wednesday on a Friday and get today’s post done with?

No? Darn!

Alright then, let me look around the house for some muse.

Hmm..do I see anything worth musing over? Nope.

What I see are some cushions strewn about the couch; a bunch of newspapers peeking out from under the center table; Namnam’s swimming bag lying listlessly on the sofa; her school bag lying shut with a clear ‘I’m on weekend mode too’ sign! I walk over to the kitchen, there I am met with all my pans and dishes lying here and there, waiting to be stacked back in the shelves. There’s a’Monica Geller within me springing vigorously to come out and organize everything around and make the home spotlessly clean.

And then there’s a me within me warning me that weekends are not meant to be messed with cleaning. So I stay put.

Image Courtesy- Google
Image Courtesy- Google

Next I drift my mind to Ae Dil Hai Mushkil that I just watched and I start crying. Not because of its terribly weak story. In fact I liked the film despite its weak plot. I’m sad because I feel sorry for Ranbir Kapoor. He is such a fine actor who is sadly getting bracketed into same kind of roles 😦

And that’s it for now. My mind is numbed. I need some tea. Off I go.

Have a good weekend you all!

8 thoughts on “Weekend muse, where art thou?- Day 4

  1. Deeps! I get into that cleaning and organizing mode as well – it’s like nothing can make me settled until I do it. I was a person who loved chaos but somehow I am getting tamed. Man, I miss my old self πŸ˜›
    I know what you mean by liking the plot. I quite liked it too and I have really mixed thoughts, I wish I can put it in words but I cannot seem to be able to. The story had its weak points but these days I often think over this and wonder what makes a good story? The twists and turns cannot be always believable or natural or acceptable. Life isn’t like that, so why should movies be? Maybe a story can be told well, but then again, can all stories that are inspired be told well? Would it then not be a reflection of one’s interpretation and not just the story itself? I don’t know. I seem to be over-thinking it. But yes, I love Ranbir Kapoor too – he is brilliant always! I liked Anushka in this movie as well. Did you watch Sully? Or, The Accountant? Are you a movie buff? πŸ™‚
    PS> Sorry if this reads like a letter πŸ˜›


  2. How brilliant are you, Deeps! You’ve made this into such a fab post! As for tidying up, I had my house all spic and span over last week. Now one week down, it’s such a mess. The thought of doing anything to tidy up feels like such a huge ask at the moment. Not helped by the fact that I’ve brought home some work as well. Because it’s only on weekend mornings that I can have a clear head and work on things without distractions.. sigh


  3. Couldn’t agree more on Ranbir Kapoor’s talent being wasted on similar scripts endlessly.
    And that picture summed it up for me too. I keep getting these bouts of cleaning up all the time.
    Have a fantastic weekend πŸ™‚


  4. Ha ha Deeps…such a cheat post πŸ˜›
    Love that quote…yeah we all go through that false alarm phase…chill and enjoy weekend!
    Btw…namnam’s craft pics can make a post πŸ™‚


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