November 04, 2009

Greetings, kids, this is Eve, assuming control of the EC Consulting Room for Irrational Bloggers for as long as your problem persists; which I’m hoping lasts forever. When I, as a writer started this space I told myself in no uncertain terms to generate at least one sizeable post a day. That's a nice thought, but when you've been at it for some time as I have, receiving and writing from inspiration is hard to come by. The weekend and week, however, provided me with an answer to the predicament, as it does in so many things. VoilĂ ! Instant content.

I'm feeling out of sorts this week. I've been jam-packed with ideas and have been accumulating them all week. So here they are...collected, on the face of it random posts that drop a tiny spot of illumination on the absurdity that I call ‘being’.

I celebrated Halloween by watching the John Cusack movie titled ‘1408’, and due to my heavy dose of antibiotics, I passed out on my bed till late Saturday morning.
The weekend began at Van Huesen with Ruan where there was a sort of impromptu shopping binge, with bloody expensive things being bought, and some people offering to carry our bags a couple of times. I performed my one and only trick which was washing down 10 grand in a couple of minutes, and then listening to my mom, much later, who steadily tore my ears apart with a long talk about ‘savings’.

Last night I made it for a quiet evening at Ruan’s home along with Runa and Tony. We ate Arabic food, chugged down beer, spoke until the wee hours of the morning, found ourselves roaming the apartment complex at nearly 1 in the morning, then hopping into the children’s park with Tony, who then proceeded to join me on one of the kiddie rides, and is therefore sort of my hero.

On Sunday, I met blogger Anupama in person, at one of my favourite places.

Anupama was one of the first blogs I started following when I joined the world of blogging. Apart from being pretty good at what she does, Anupama has one of the best smiles I have ever seen on a human being. Not to mention, she is absolutely gorgeous and she is kind of girl who anyone would just love at first meeting. So, here’s a shout out to her, for the wonderful conversation on a lovely Sunday afternoon. For sitting through the three hours of our meeting, and for hating most of the same stuff I do to a degree I thought only I could summon. Buddy, you’re all right.
Have y’all ever heard of Sufjan Stevens? I bet most of you haven't. He's one of my new favorite vocalists and one of the most appallingly unheard of artists in the world. Stevens was part of the folk revival in Indie pop yet never fell strictly into this genre. His sixth solo album - The Avalanche: Outtakes and Extras from the Illinois - showed up while I was going through the music I had. When I saw it, I uploaded this track 'Henney Buggy Band' immediately and without deliberation. It's dazzling. Stevens has an insanely cool, touching voice and his songs are stunning and warm. If you've never heard of this guy, give him a shot. I can almost assure you'll like what you hear.

6 Pulses Say:

Saltwater Blues said...

Hey Eve, glad you're feeling better now.

So you finally met Anupama (something tells me she doesn't like being called Anu) ... cool! Yes she does have a nice smile.

@Anupama: you on Facebook?

imcha said...

Hey Eve,

Welcome me back to your blog. Have been away from the blog scene for a while..
Now it appears so though you seem to be spending a lot! Just wait till my Label arrives in Bangalore soon! Hehe.

Am listening to Sufjan Stevens on myspace.


Eveline said...

@SwB: Still recovering. But I'm staying on the meds because I'm pretty sure I've found my muse in them.
:D (Kidding)

Thanks to you, both of us decided to get off our asses and do some socializing. :) She's on facebook. Goes by 'Anupama Kondayya'.

Anupama: Hope you dont mind. :)

Imcha: Welcome back. Been awhile. You know i'm your biggest fan and I'd buy anything you'd pretty much make.
Sufjan Stevens is something, alright. Love his music. Thanks stud, for stopping by. Will talk to you soon.

Anonymous said...

Sufjan Stevens is pretty well known, at least among my friends. Three years ago, Chicago used to be my favourite song ever!

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