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Love is in the air. (blog marathon post 15)

Greetings from Chandigarh!

Those of you who want to meet me at Chandigarh, can come to the Capital Book Depot , sector 17, Chandigarh at 12.00 pm on 16th February. I will be there for about an hour.

I have another event in the evening which is an invite only event, and in case you are keen to attend, do write to me and request an invite.

For today's  blog marathon post I am doing a Sunday Stealing Love-is-in-the air-Meme
(click on it to know what it is)




There is what they have asked:


Love, to you. 

Define love in your own words :  Love is being there for each other, come what may. Love is life itself.


What do you want in a relationship? 
A sense of being heard, a large degree of trust and freedom and also belief in me, knowing that I would make wise choices.

What do you contribute to a relationship ?
An element of fun, full and complete support, unconditional love and acceptance of flaws, for I am not perfect either.

Currently..... 
Do you have a Valentine?  Yes and I miss him very much as he and I are apart right now. Can't wait to be together.

Describe the perfect V-day date in your opinion: Long conversations, a well cooked meal, some quiet time and expressing and re-affirming what we mean to each other.

Dream Date? Right now,my dream date would be my bed as I am exhausted and need to sleep.


What is your crush's name?  Saurabh. For further details and a picture of him, click here.

Do you believe in love at first sight? No , but I believe in lust at first site. If you want to know what I mean, watch this video:




This or that 

Chocolates or Flowers....you must pick one!  

Flowers

A short kiss or a big hug? 
Big big big hug.

Cute and dimwitted, or Average and brilliant? 

Average and brilliant anyday. 

Miscellaneous 

Turn-ons? Intelligence and wit combined with  humility, Sincerity and a fit body.

Turn-offs? Intellectual Arrogance or plain arrogance , selfishness and bad manners

What thing should a guy never say to you? Wanna do fraindsheep with me

How do you feel about kissing on the first date? I wouldn't. I would make him wait :)

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Comments

  1. We girls prefer this way.... Witty, sincere, loving plus intelligence!

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  2. Wanna have Frandship with me is a big turn offs too :P

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  3. Good to know more about you..!!! :)

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  4. This post was refreshing to read. Thanks for posting!

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