Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Sep 2006: MInfy 11 and Infy 25


Finally got this photograph from HR after a long wait and a few reminders. This was taken after the big bash we had for celebrating MInfy 11 and Infy 25 at the Convention Centre (T.M.A Pai) in September 2006.

That's Anshu, me, Mukesh Pancholi, Shads guy, Rahul Vaidya, Navaneeth and Pavana. Mukesh and Rahul were contestants for the first Indian Idol.

Man! it's been 3 months since I last fit into those jeans. I need to lose those extra inches I gained FAST!

Monday, December 04, 2006

A few more snaps of the Parba 2006

The Rangoli at the entrance to lifts


One of the 2 exhibits


The yummy lunch

Karavali Parba 2006

Devendra


Rithesh had a swell time dressed up as Devendra. He was the colorful attraction of the day. Never seen a chap so enthu as him to get painted and stuffed as he was that day. Minfy sure has got a lovely person here.

Jeethy, me and Girish


We were part of the welcome committee. Jeethy's one of the 2 people from my dept. The other is Thanu who's on maternity leave. Waiting for her to get back to work. Would love to see her daugher too :)

Usha, Sangeetha, Divya


A few more colleagues and a friend. These 3 ladies make playing throwball interesting. Breaks from work with them send me back with a refreshed mind and attitude.

Friday, November 10, 2006

A few of the people I work with

Meet

Veena B
Smiling - worried - determined - J2EE lady

Rithesh Kumble:
A sweet guy - great lunch mate - the Campus Connect & .NET guy

Girish Aithal
Boss - mentor - a wiz at using Excel - overloaded!

The other 2 from my department have yet to be captured on my camera

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Too hilarious to forget

It's been a while and a day since I last posted here. I've just come back to work after lunch at home. This morning while I was at work, my mom received a phone call.
Lady on phone: "Does Veena live there?"
Mom: "Yes".
Lady on phone: "Is she married?"
Mom: "Why yes! She's married and has a year and half old son too."
Lady hung up.
Why I find this so amusing is that Mom had this eternal worry when I was single that her daughter would run out of proposals or never get married. After 2 and half years of married life and a son, this feels sooooo good.
I remember mom smile as I type this. :-)