About a year ago I sat in my room reading The Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book. In it are comic strips hand-picked by Bill Watterson and supplementing commentary, one of which gave shape to a raw idea I previously had: Going to school on a rainy day should be a crime. Rainy days should be spent at home with a cup of tea and a good book.
It’s been raining fiercely in Delhi these few days. It isn’t one of those out-of-season showers that makes you anxious about global warming, climate change and the general downward spiral the Earth finds itself in. It’s the good kind, the one you complement with the bed-book-beverage trio.
Yet the past week I find myself rushing out of the my apartment early morning and loitering back at the end of a particularly long day. The company I’ve joined as an iOS developer is running their deadline and — by extension — so am I. We need to publish our app on the App Store in a week or so. Hence, the lack of regular posts and hence this update. The writing will be back to normal soon and I’m sure getting published will be worth the extra effort.
Thank you for sticking by.