…days off WordPress

It has been just hardly 4 days off WordPress, but it feels like forever.

For starts, I’m not in Goa…so that explains why no posts. I have been travelling, working in Karnataka. It’s in a school, as a teacher…. I love being around young minds, they are just so adorable to be around with.

I haven’t got my local sim yet (roaming charges are double..so NOT GREAT!) as well personally I haven’t adjusted to the food yet (my tummy is often on strike) ..so alls not hunky dory at the moment 😉

What’s great tho’ is the weather, it is cool, breezy and it has started raining too…so OMG! I am absolutely loving every bit of it! School wise, students are adorable and especially when they are around you and you don’t know which one to attend to and who not to. People always look up to those who speak good English…so it feels good that people look up to you and say

“Wow Sir, you speak so well..I wish I could speak like you”

The emotions that run through me after I hear that is… well! I just cannot explain.

Nothing much more to say 🙂

I’ll be back soon with a post, sooner than you can imagine 🙂

32 Replies to “…days off WordPress”

  1. I taught for a while in my third year too! The kids used to ask me for pointers in English. It’s a nice feeling to be appreciated for something that is as unconscious as speaking a language well. Have fun teaching!😀

  2. That’s great. To be with innocents is the greater gift one can hope for! Because words from them are true and wise. We can trust their compliments.
    Happy journey:)

  3. You are closer to home. 🙂 Have fun with the kids.

    1. Yes I am…and the kids are fun always

  4. Enjoying your new surroundings it seems. The food, well, I thought Goa to Karnataka wouldn’t have been a problem but guess I was wrong. 😛

    1. Well the food is not much of a difference but the cooking styles are different which I think…has not agreed with me so far. Still early days tho’

      1. Delhi Belly’s southern cousin, Kannada Belly 😀

  5. Very nice!
    I have zero experience teaching students, but I can imagine how you feel. 🙂

    1. It is indeed a wonderful feeling!

    2. ….and your name, Ananya…such a beautiful name 😊😊😊

      1. Hehehe! Thanks! I love it, too! 😀
        Yours is a rather unique one – at least in India. 😉

        1. Trust me, Savio isn’t unique…in my part of the world.

          1. Really? Well, I know I have never come across it… Perhaps in books or names of authors who lived long ago, but never in reality, as far as I can remember… 😉
            Anyway, it is a very nice name.

          2. Well, ThankYou my dear…

          3. You are welcome, kind sir!

          4. Sir…well!! Call me Savio. Sir for my students n you aren’t one of them 😉

          5. Hehehe! That was just a phrase, Savio. Plus, I am not used to calling people older to me by their names. I’m just twenty after all.

          6. U have my permission, so u can relax!

          7. Hehehe! Thanks!
            I am relaxed now! 😀

          8. Oh-oh! I remember now! There was an illustrator in Tinkle whose first name was “Savio”… I knew I had hear of it somewhere!

          9. See, there u have it…it is an Italian name

          10. Yes, I read it somewhere in your blog… Can’t remember where… I think it is somewhere in the post about you like being called by your name and not “dude”, “guy”…

          11. You are sharp…aren’t u Ananya 😀

          12. I think so. 😉
            So, by that comment, I’m guessing my hunch was right…?

        2. …how cool would it be to have a girlfriend Ananya…sounds so cool…”..and she’s Ananya, my girlfriend 😀 Wow!

          1. Hehehe! I’m sure!

  6. Good luck for ur new venture Savio!!

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