Hi folk! Been away for quite long, reasons are many but I don't want to waste blogspace by counting them. Thanks Soumendra for your encouraging words. I hope I can do justice to the exercise. "Old Lady Lincoln", it was my pleasure to visit your blog and the slide that you had put on for your anniversary was awesome. Anu, thanks for your comments on the photograph. As already explained, the bus runs on one of the routes in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) and there are many such vehicles, moving around there. By the way, the song is "Kitna Pyaara Vaada Hai In Matwaali Aankhon Ka..." it is one of my favourite old Bollywood songs and shot very interestingly. Life has been throwing up too much to do right now that sometimes i feel overwhelmed. But there are days that I realise that how lucky it would be to do something in this world and make it a better place than it already is. Well, I guess I am not being much clear in thoughts but never mind. I saw English movie "If Only" the other day and loved Paul Nicholls in it. He plays "Ian" in the movie, a Britisher, in love with the American character "Samantha", played by Jennifer Love Hewitt. The movie is about how we never treasure what we already have and, instead, run after something, which may never be ours. I guess, we all have something to learn from this thought. Instead of running after what's not ours, we should cherish and preserve what we already have in our hands. The thought is profound but we are not able to realise it until it is too late, at least for most of us, just like Ian from "If Only."