The Half Life of Esha

My grandious attempt to chronicle my life. In my blog I promise to outline all the little weird pictures so that you may see the quirky composition that makes me... well, me.

Sunday, April 16, 2006

I Forgot

Lately, I have been finding myself in the middle of expressing a thought and then forgetting what I wanted to say next. I'm suffering from this condition right now. I was down stairs going midnight spring cleaning and had the urge to come and write. Or should I say...come and forget what to write.

The past couple days I've been trying to keep an extremly positive mental attitude. I've also been trying to think of ways to leverage what I have and what I have accessible to me in order to get what I want.

I'm still working on my business plan. I need to actually get back to perfecting it. And I have some great ideas in order that I would love to put in action...I just need the resources to do it. Most people would become extremely frustrated but I take it as a challenge to my creativity.

So I am thinking that I would like to post a blog just for home finance. I've already started a networking profile on www.myspace.com that I think will be very useful to me.

Thursday, April 13, 2006

The Journey Begins

Well I can't begin on how excited I am to be licensed loan officer! Yey! I have been working! And working! Did I say working? Well I have. One thing you have to appreciate about entreprenuership is that, even if you don't get it immediately, your pay check is directly proportional to how much you work. And the smarter you work, usually, the greater the paycheck.

Right now the industry has so many naysayers. And I have one in my house. This makes an interesting cocktail for success. Wish me luck.

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Hiding From the Law

While I thought that it was just two weeks since I had written in my blog, I know see that it has been nearly a month. It has been a long month of learning. Especially learning that Sidd is right. lol. You know how men can be when they find out that their right...quite bigheaded. In one month I have learned so much about marketing, branding, GFEs and tax prorations that I think I have one of them for lunch. So I took a friends advice that I get my LIVE SCAN (fingerprints and background scan for the DRE) done before I took the test. So tomorrow you can catch me down at the Sherriff's office at 4:00 rolling my fingers on an infrared scanner. NICE!!!

Catch you later.

Monday, December 19, 2005

Champion's Dinner

1 three day old brownie
1 cup of flan from El Pollo Loco

The latter has become my latest vice. Hopefully this combination will put some weight on my frails bones. Sidd's not appreciative of the skinny look. I just got back from Camarillo, CA. I took pictures along the way. Yes, I do intend to post them. I just am too lazy too dig for the USB cable in the server closet. ( You did read it correctly. Our apartment has a closet dedicated to our server, printer and any other computer peripherals) But hopefully this is the start of me enjoying the journey/adventure instead of working toward the results. As I was driving home I realized the end result of life: death.

So why do I wanna get results again?

Friday, December 09, 2005

My last day

I've done it! I've left my captors also known as employers. It was a grueling home stretch!

Grandma, I took your advice. I was going to quit and walk away never to look back. I told my grandma and she dissapproved. So I gave notice. A move that would later stab me in the back.


Being that the world doesn't hand you a bunch of sweet smelling roses, I don't see why you have to go around trying to smell like one. I do pride myself in doing the right thing, being fair, honest etc. Although, at times, I wonder if I and the world are playing by the same rule book. I used to think that we were, but that thinking aligns with sugar and spice and everything nice. Sidd has been the most influential person to tell me that 'people don't care about you'. A harsh but true reality. Want a testimony? Ask any celeberity especially the ones on the downslope of their career.

Watch out for yourself, your well-being and your family. Be nice, be generous, be forgiving but be sure to keep both eyes open and tack one onto the back of your head (so you can see the knife coming).

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Bad Cell Phone Co.

I'm running into this now that I have come to the last couple weeks of my cell phone imprisonment.

Sidd and I have been trying to find a way to get out of our plans . So today I heard about this site
http://celltradeusa.com/ it sounds good, the catch: $19.99 but I've also have seen a category on www.craiglist.org where a guy was selling off the remaining time and phone on his plan. Cell phone imprisonment is such a big issue that the the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) has done a little study.

Either way, what can you do? Life is not the same without a phone. You either have a land line and pay for long distance or get a cell phone, be mobile but worry about minutes: local or long distance. Such is life.

- - - - - -> I have a BIG problem with ALWAYS being wrong. WHy is sidd always
Right? I really need to concentate on the cugu of sidd. I am not doing my job.
<--------
Beware: This is what happens when my boyfriend's jealously of my blog meets an opportunity to be alone with it while I help him fix his Playstation II and I go to change into something more comfortable. Let this be a lesson to all women out there: Don't leave your man alone with your blog. lol

Friday, December 02, 2005

The Best Compliment Ever

"Esha, If I had your brain I would throw mine away."
Thanks, Alan.

He then proceeded to tell me to go travel the world, study at great university and have gratituous sex. lol

I've started to put my brain to work. I'm in the intial steps of planning 5 website. One is a project with Sidd the other four are mine (two of them will probably have to be developed concurrently). I remember when I first wanted to get into webdesign. It was in 1996. I had just started to learn HTML (self taught, of course, with the aid of the internet) a co-worker of mine who worked at Barnes & Noble had started a web design company of his own. I even remembered the name www.neoreality.com --it's still there. I can't remember his name but I can remember his kick-ass PERL coding skills. Wow! That was more than 10 years ago. Talking about missing the millionaire train.