Here goes another blog reflecting my current life, full of random thoughts which sometimes make me go crazy.
I guess it needs an outlet just to calm down. Finally, spring is here in Nebraska, umm, I think so! I see dandelions and many flowers blooming, birdies flying around and chirping celebrating the good weather. In addition, you see humans all over hehe! Yes, everyone is in the street, basking in the sun, enjoying the warmth and soaking all in before Nebraskan weather gets back to normal i.e. unpredictable. I walk to university every day and I have been doing it almost for a year!
I have been thinking to get a bike but for many reasons, I am more confident about my feet ;) than any other things hehe! Okay okay, forget about the weather now. Gotta talk what I was thinking.
My second semester is almost over. Besides, failing multiple times in my project, doing assignments and teaching in the lab, I got to explore almost 7 different states and Australia ;) I really don't kn…
Nepal is geographically divided into 3 regions: Mountain(15%), Hilly (68%) and Terai(17%) of total land. Terai comprises 50.27% of the total population of the country.
Belonging to Inner terai, I share a deep intimacy, affection and regards to all my Madhesi brother and sisters. I have a very complicated origin; Born in Sindhuli(Inner Terai), raised in Kathmandu(mid hill) and still look like Gurungs( as many think I am cross bred lol from Mountains). Most of my families and relatives live in Janakpur, Sarlahi, Biratnagar, Sindhuli of course, similarly in mid hills and I love traveling to mountains. I acquire the essence of all three regions in me. However at times, I felt the identity crisis. Where do I actually belong? And I console myself saying I am first a Nepali and all these traits make me unique. I have been to almost 50 districts of Nepal, traversed all across southern plains. Danabari in the east to Mahendranagar in the west, have embraced me whole heartedly and I do feel th…
dreams in the pursuits of excellence, I have traversed thousands miles to be
here in USA. Yes, I am not that strong, I cry at nights sometimes missing my
family and friends. I miss the familiarity that used to make me feel safe, the
place that I knew and was close to my heart, my home.
But I guess
when you have big dreams visioning with the small eyes, you have to make some
sacrifices. I wanted to enrich myself with the greater knowledge and I have
been granted with this opportunity. I am trying my best to adapt to American
culture, advance systems, different in every way. It’s not that easy but I have
been doing fine. I feel like a strolling baby , trying to walk but also falling
many times. I guess that’s what life is all about; to be able to grow, learn as
a person. If we stay stable, too comfortable we will never feel the urge to
learn as we feel like we know things much better.
My stay in
Lincoln has been really nice so far. I had a training to attend in university