Not pontificating. Only trying to bat on the side of the environment. And ethics. And simple living. And slowing down.
Why ever was I not down there with that kid?
Here's another clipping - Dancing clothes-lines. If you have time, do watch!PS - Did you wonder at the initial action? I guess he wanted a more powerful shower?
Hi Swarna:)Lovely clip!I enjoyed it.Children are children. He is enjoying the rain. We grown ups will run for shelter but children are thrilled. They get tremendous happiness in getting wet in the rain.I hope he didn't catch a cold. Am I not sounding like and elderly man? Have a nice day Swarna:)Joseph
Nice one, Swarna.
My mother used to scream at me when I played in the rain. Now, I watch the window, but, those lovely memories of childhood are still afresh in my mind. Thank you ... nice post.
@ JPAppreciate your concern. son's alright. He did ask for permission to go outdoors, but didn't wait for the customary nod...@ Rajithanks@ Shiv,Make the most of this year's monsoons! :)
that was a lovely treat for the eye!and after all our fears they dont get sick!reminds my own dances in the rain with siblings and cousins..grandparents can also be indulgent!
Lovely, Swarna. And really appreciate you more for catching him on camera rather than spending energy calling him in and losing this moment.
Ha, I still remember those monsoon days in Kerala where my mom would insist on me carrying an umbrella to school, which I never used when it rained!Cheers,Salil
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