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Wednesday, September 22, 2010


NETFLIX is a company that rents us some DVDs via post as well as some movies online.
We actually got a free one month trial through 'Papa John's', a pizza company. We got addicted to pizza as well as NETFLIX. This company not only gives us movie DVDs but it also gives some TV serials. My family, we used to watch some of the Television series in US. They are pretty awesome. Sometimes we miss the continuation because of our vacation. We used to catch up on this NETFLIX.
You may wonder, 'why so many 'build-up' on this company?'. 'Are they giving any sponsorship for this particular blogger?'.
I wish they could but I'm not earning a single cent because of this advertisement. All I got is 'four' free one-month trial on Netflix for my friends.
I thought I could give that to my readers who keeps my blog alive. I could give this opportunity only for people who resides in USA. For those outside USA, I feel terribly sorry to say Netflix doesnot stream.

I appreciate all my readers for spending their valuable time reading my blog. Thank you so much!

For those who want this one month free trial kindly mail me to the following id:

I just need your e-mail id to mail the free trial code and no address or phone number required.

Monday, September 20, 2010

First Day!

Disney Ariel Backpack
      This day is one of the most important days of my life. My 3yr old daughter is ready for her school. The most expected little separation. She was excited but I was worried. Even though she speaks english, I don't know how she is going to manage in her school . I didn't sleep the night before her school. They had the full day school. It starts from 8:45 a.m. and closes at 2:35 p.m. I was worried a lot. She never had lunch with a stranger and she always came to me when she wants to sleep. I was very much tensed. Even though she was excited she doesn't know that I won't be there. So I started to prepare her before a week. I told her I cannot stay with her in school because I'm a big girl. She said, "Ok! Mommy" but still I was not convinced. What will my little one do without me for the first few months in her school.
   The day came, I woke up early and started to get ready. Prayed God to give her and also me strength for this little separation. I promised my husband I'll be fine and asked him to go to work. We went to school. We were seated in the auditorium, the vice principal gave many instructions and most importantly she asked the parents not to cry. "Experienced people!" I thought to myself. After getting her class room number I met her teacher. The most kind lady shook my girl's hand and gave her a gentle hug, made her sit next to her. She asked me to place her 'backpack' in one of the provided shelf. When I turned around I saw my daughter playing with the toys in the room. I thought may be she feels safe in my presence. I filled out some emergency telephone numbers and address in the given form. I gave it to the teacher , she immediately said you can leave because your daughter is not crying.
  I donot want to leave. I just wanted to make 100% sure that she is ok. I called her, to my surprise she said, "no!". I asked her, "Can amma go home?" she said , "Yes!, bye". I said to myself, "She may feel my absence during her lunch and nap!". I left the class room. I went home and saw the emptiness in my home. I missed her a lot. Thought for a reason to go back to school. Got it!. Went back to school with some of the supplies given in the form. Found her happily having lunch with other children.
This time I was not at all worried instead felt very happy to see the sweet smile on her face.

Now I am worried how to get her back to home ;)
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