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No Non-Veg :(

Its almost September. Exactly 3 months and 9 days left until I can have non-veg again. Actually it shouldn't be a can. I still can, but I know for a fact that I won't.

I quit non-veg almost 9months back, on my 18th birthday, for a year. I never thought it was possible to control the temptation for so bloody long, but I'm proud of the fact that I survived! I'm all the more impressed with myself because my other family members have non-veg almost everyday, for all three meals!! We all just loove chicken (any kind), well-cooked mutton (mostly the type my mother makes), not that fond of fish though.

3 more months to go. Not enough motivation left in me but I know I will survive. I wish I had asked for something in return, like a mannat or something. Would have definitely been a great motivation. Nevertheless, I will survive!

Maybe the picture will make me feel better about not eating chicken!









Waiting!!

Comments

Harini said…
I never had non - veg ever :P
Mishika said…
Well then you don't know what you are missing. Unfortunately (or fortunately? I don't know), I do!!

Must try it sometime. Its just too good!
Srishti said…
Oohhh, thats a good idea! My birthday's coming. :P

But I just eat non-veg occasionally, like twice or thrice a month, thats it.
I'm a flexitarian, you see. :D

It wouldn't really make a difference if I gave it up.

But, you're doing a very nice thing. Nobel prize please!
Mishika said…
I definitely should be given something, maybe not a Nobel prize, but some token of appreciation.
balasrini said…
I have tried this before... Just like you as a b'day resolution... And I was able to stay out of it for one and a half years...

Hope u complete this one year succesfully!
Mishika said…
That is quite motivating. Thanks.

P.S. Just 2 months and 4 more days to go!!
truemate said…
pure veggie from age 5... in between i was thiking to eat no-veg when i was 14..but i change my mind..after seen brutual killing of animals,,their screeming voice and their crying eyes, realy shaken my heart.
Stone heart people wont understand this.
Hope u not kill that poor cock :(

picture speak more then a word--
Pick up urs fav piece that u want to eat/taste
http://i.ytimg.com/vi/OIrNEUeEisc/0.jpg

plus read this and check the vid in that..eggs lovers-
http://www.peta.org/issues/animals-used-for-food/egg-industry.aspx

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