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Not that I have been sitting home for like forever.. but anyway- I am unemployed. I am a fresher, I have work experience which is only in relation to my internships, and I have no idea what is my plan of action for the next day, forget about my life.
Yeah, that is my life in a nutshell.

My exams got over on the 5th of June. I had a job, yeah, the biggest LPO in the country had offered me a job, but they wanted me to join on the 7th June, and I wanted to fully immerse myself in couple of other things that had nothing to do with my career... in short I wanted a break. Or in the language of my relatives, I was evaluating my options.
I had given my CLAT... the entrance exam for masters in law in national law school... turns out, me belonging to Delhi and of general quota, despite being ranked decently well, was getting National Law School Patna, that too in the second list. The ones offered that Law school had all said no to it. And, Patna. No offence, but, I am Delhi Girl and Bihar is not the best place for a girl, in general.
Oh, and did I mention that I got admission in two colleges that I had applied to abroad- One in Netherlands and the other in Scotland. Conflict of interest with father over finances, and thus, those are out of the window as well.

And, I am going to end up doing something that I have been staunch against, going and working with my father. What? That was last in the list of the places to go and work. I know that I do not want to be there, but both my parents are pretty unhappy with the situation that I have gotten myself into, and that prompted me into taking this decision, till that phone call, that e-mail comes, which will change my life, and take me closer to my dreams..
The other person who is suffering the most thanks to my lack of decision making power is Shayon. It is but natural... he has put things on hold because, I have no idea where I am going next. :(

Patience is a virtue, or so I heard, but, I am sorry if I am not being virtuous because, I am tired of aiting... and ironically, that is THE only thing that I have to do. Because, all the other places that I am hopeful about, will take time.
In the words of someone intelligent-
" God Please give me patience, but kindly hurry up"


@ Sakshi,
Off the bat, I couldn't help but laugh at your glaring contradicion in the second para.
The fact that you mention Bihar being unsafe for women and the very next lines states that you're from Delhi, is hilarious. You'll Delhi people are a little too self-obsessed (the self part refers to Delhi and not to you or any Delhite personally).

With regards to your dilema, Hang in there! But also remember, sitting and waiting won't do you any good- my grandpop would always say, God helps those who help themselves.

Sakshi said…
You know, its not only your grand pop, mine would have not let me waste a year too... don't worry, like I said.. I am starting out with dad...Lets hope for the best...
Unknown said…

kaam kar ley ladki varna tujhey Patna bhej dengey !!

All the best, you are working from 2mrw.. :)

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