Hello. It's Day Two. And quite impolitely later than yesterday.
The one extremely poignant characteristic of being an architect, I've noticed, is that we're so attuned to making a point to the client or people listening to us, we at times (okay, mostly) end up not listening to each other also. What I've also learned is that, in architecture, simply lending an attentive ear teaches you a lot. I assure you, it's the sharp tongue and that highly befitting vocabulary to seduce you to listen to them. And it's an art, alike all the ones we practice to give you beautiful spaces. To have that aggression for something you built from the ground up, to something so immodest and far from being just an amenity, be spoken in a way, it's attraction at the first listen. It's quite like pottery like that.
Disney came out with a new non-Princess Princess. Moana. A Frozen movie at this time of the year would be most appropriate, but it was far from appealing. Disney knows how to hit the nail on the head, though.
I'm going to go try cosy up (not that Bombay has the weather to be cosy), and watch a Christmas movie. If you'd like to know few of my favourite Christmas movies of all times, you can check them out here.
I promise to be less random, and more poetic in writing tomorrow. Until then.
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.