If one experience or life change results from you writing your blog, what would you like it to be?
I dunno what, at the moment, would make me stop wanting to write my blog. I do not write for anyone hence this blog is mainly for me and anyone who happens to like it and come around to read my stuff and look at my pics and videos, is just icing on top of the already delicious chocolate cake.
Having said the only experience that I wouldn’t mind me not writing my blog, that would be finding the love of my life and being with her. Being together, in love and spending a lot of our free time together – who will have time to blog? Well I still would have time or make the time but I could see myself not wanting to sit in front of my laptop and spend hours typing up stuff if I could instead be with my woman.
Either that or an extremely heavy social life wouldn’t be a problem. But then how would I let people know about what’s happening in my life?
Prompt from The Daily Post at WordPress.com
Prolific Tamil actress Manorama passed away having been unwell for some time recently. She passed away on 11 October, 2015 due to multiple organ failure in Chennai at the age of 78. She holds the record for being the most prolific actress and also playing the most leading roles. She acted in her 1000th film by 1985 and has done about 1200 films by 2003. An item in the “Ripley’s Believe It or Not” newspaper feature has her picture and the accompanying statement: “‘Aachi’ Manorama, a veteran of India’s Tamil film industry, has appeared in more than 1,500 movies and 1,000 stage performances!”
She was awarded the Padma Shri in 2002. She won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for the movie Pudhiya Pathai in 1989. She was the recipient of the Kalaimamani award by the government of Tamil Nadu. She fell in love with her manager in the drama troop S.M. Ramanathan and got married in 1964. The couple begotten a son named Bhoopathy. She got divorced from S.M. Ramanathan in late 1966 and then resided in a separate house in Chennai.