Story of a lost journalist

March 4, 2007

Silly me :(

Filed under: My Musing Moments — Cris @ 14:27

There are 2 kinds of people in this world – normal people and more normal people. And I am a normal person. Now I do not like to be misjudged. Not being modest here, I like people to understand me just the way I am. I hate giving wrong impressions. Which is just what I seemed to have done with quite a few people.
This realisation I didnt take well. I still dont. I hate being pictured as a saint and I hate being pictured as a devil. I am neither.

I dont want to use a blog to describe me. But still if I were asked to tell about me, well, err, I would get stuck, tongue-tied. The first thing I should say is I am a perfect introvert. But ofcourse I’d be too introvertish to say even that! I’d probably smile awkwardly and make a perfect fool of myself!

Wrong impressions come by your own actions and when you are not ready to do anything to correct them. Its so in my case anyway. So lets go ahead and correct them. Its not that simple. All I have to do is be natural. And I am a natural introvert. I shouldnt try talk something when I have nothing to talk. Many people may be against this. But this is what I feel. When you have nothing to say keep mum. And when you want to say something, dont be afraid to. I dont do both. I talk at the most unnecessary points which makes it all so absurd. And I dont say a thing when I have to/ want to. I end up being a silly girl who talks a lot of silly things! Sigh!

This blog I keep as a motivator to speak when I should and keep quiet when I should. Two words – be natural! Remember that (the words are to myself!). I retire now! Will come back with the next entry!



  1. me confused crissie…how does the bloggie motivate uu???

    Comment by justa jester — March 4, 2007 @ 15:29 | Reply

  2. A nice one pingu 🙂
    Those seem like my words .. trust me!!

    Comment by Shabroo — March 4, 2007 @ 17:29 | Reply

  3. So then, what is “more normal”. Am curious 🙂

    Comment by InTeGeR — March 4, 2007 @ 20:17 | Reply

  4. no comments… 🙂

    Comment by jest a juster — March 7, 2007 @ 15:18 | Reply

  5. (in a serious tone)
    u shud set limits as to how much other’s comments should influence u…
    u r wonderful the way u r…

    Comment by jest a juster — March 11, 2007 @ 08:52 | Reply

  6. well….its now between a saint and a devil….have you thought about being both…the combo is lethal!!

    Comment by Jeyamurugan — March 12, 2007 @ 17:57 | Reply

  7. No one is normal… Everyone thinks different so tht makes everyone different. Its just whether u choose to reveal what u think or not that seperates the normal from the abnormal. I choose to reveal the most insane things which makes me abnormal but those are the things which are of least importance to me.
    I have always given the wrong impression to ppl coz i have never opened up to them. But i cant open up to them coz i am not comfortable with them.. Till date I have met just one person in my whole life who i felt like talking to. Insane…

    I came to post a comment and i think i have written too much already. It was identifiable.. guess thts why i wrote this much.

    Comment by lakshmi — March 17, 2007 @ 14:49 | Reply

  8. Real Life Cris and the Blogger Cris seems totally different from each other, both have so much of Goodness. A person like me has many things to learn from you. The only thing I dislike is the Detach mode, it can hurt people at times. Strictly My opinion.

    Comment by Javed Miandad — January 3, 2012 @ 05:02 | Reply

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