While this whole deal is a little embarrassing (I'm sure you agree), a nudge and shove from the family got me here. Because like you, I think it's time I told the world I'd like to share my life with someone. And who better to tell you about me than myself?
So let's go over the basics first: I've just started my PhD and I'm a sub editor at a reputed daily. I did my schooling in Cochin and I've been in Chennai since then. A die-hard fan of this city, I'm also open to moving.
A lot of my time is spent in writing, reading and talking to friends. Very happy-go-lucky and also a bit sensitive.
I can cook and I'm still learning an experimenting. I love being busy as much as I love time off. I don't like to judge because hey, whatever works for you..! You'll find in me a great friend. But wait, I'm also a bit lazy and details sometimes drive me up the wall. I can get emotional over goodbyes and I'm fiercely attached to my family, so I respect how much you love... more yours..
I think chauvinism is dead, unfortunately. But I also don't mind reaching for my wallet. I believe I'm broad minded and modern in outlook, but I'm equally at ease with sarees as I'm in jeans. I've had a long standing relationship with music and movies and I'll admit to liking Shashi Tharoor and Kamal Haasan. I get ticked off by insensitive and bad mannered people. But I have friends from every walk of life. I find joy in small things and my journey so far has taught me that I'm blessed.
There are a million things I want to do and places I'd like to see. If you're up to sharing this life with me and if there's a lot I can learn from you, get in touch with my family and we'll see where things go.
If our interests don't seem to match, here's wishing you luck with your search for someone who's just right for you!
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