31 Day Blog Challenge : Day 1 – Introducing Me!

I was invited for this challenge by thenadlog. Thank you very much. Am really glad to be a part of it. 🙂

This 31 day blog challenge is an awesome way to introduce myself to all my readers and I hope during the process, this will let me know more about myself as well.

Day 1 : Introducing Me

Introducing Me!
Introducing Me!

Well, am an electronics engineer who loves music, gardening, literature, books and writing! Irony, but yes. That’s just me! I love to sit alone in my room, I visit the park every morning and ponder about various things, write poetry and read philosophy. But I really do hate loneliness.

Lonely and Alone are two totally different words. I prefer the latter a lot.

I have a bunch of really awesome friends. Some nerds, some funny and some totally crazy people that I love the most. They are like a part of my family. In fact I’m very bad in making friends but once I do, it is very hard to get rid of me. 😀 The bunch of friends that I mentioned before have been with me since I was 10 or 15 years old!

Am very difficult to be understood and very easily misunderstood.

I don’t know if it’s because of my lack of ability to talk and mingle with people or is it just because of my face that I tend to make a bad first impression. Am really thankful that the people around me gave me a second chance to make it right 🙂

Sarcasm is not my way

Frankly, I hate sarcasm. I don’t find it funny nor do I appreciate when people tend to make a sarcastic comment. It is just mean and I believe it is the most pathetic way to show one’s wit by putting the other down. It is like screaming for attention when nobody cares the least. I can make the most sarcastic comments when needed but I refrain, always. When anybody shares their piece of sarcasm to me, I give them a piece of “real smart-polite” response instead of an equally bad or even worse ‘mean’ comment.

Those are a few things about me. I find it really difficult to objectify “me”. But anyway, somehow I’ve managed to write it! Thank you for reading 🙂