December 9th, 2010

Its painful. Very painful. But not in the way, I had imagined it would be. All the running around dealing with material guys, all the headache of dealing with builder, all the headache of meeting the chennai train with the mumbai flight (well ofcourse I am using a comparision). All of these headache and tension, which I thought would be a painful deal isn’t really painful when compared to the “WAIT”, seems like the work is going at a snail’s pace, although actually its very fast according to market standards. Its just one endless, painful wait for the day when the house would be constructed and I can move in :-). Its like waiting for you baby. While normal day to day life years seems to whiz by, during those 9-10 months of wait seems like time just stops. Believe me I know about this, I am going through it right now. I am so excited to meet my child, but I will only get that chance around May :-(. Oh yes the bank loan amount hasn’t still come.

(Left)The first Bricks load arrived on site today.

(Right)The pillar/column pits have been filled with aggregate and cement sand mixtures. Oh yes! that blue small pack that you see in the pit is my camera cover, it slipped from my hands. And no! I didn’t go in there to get it out, I asked one of the laboureres on site to get it.

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