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Not pontificating. Only trying to bat on the side of the environment. And ethics. And simple living. And slowing down. (And trying to learn and practise before preaching or teaching...)

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Deft definitions - monlate season

It was nice to wake up to some semblance of showers this morning, as the India Met Department continues to await a change in season as eagerly as the citizens of Delhi and elsewhere in India.

Look up the Indian Monsoons

If you are thinking - "Don't tell me even cows do not move out without the umbrella in Kerala", you may just be right...

Whatever the etymology of 'monsoon', a bright, special someone-I-know aptly rebaptized this years's annual source of freshwater.

And now - the mon-sooner or -later winds beckon. Here I go..., after all, better monlate than monnever!

i am really, really, grateful to the monlates for ensuring that June did not go by without seeing an entry in this beloved-to-owner page.

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Blogger Inner Vision said...

Well …nice shot! It has been a long time. How you have been? Nice to have you back... Thanks.

01 July, 2009  
Blogger Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Swarna:)


Glad to know that you may get monsoon soon.

In Kerala monsoon is in full swing and it is pouring.

We carry umbrella not only in monsoon but also in summer. For ladies it is a sort of protection also:)

Have a nice day Swarna:)

01 July, 2009  
Blogger Freehit said...

Welcome back mon-amie. Nice picture. Did the showers make the mon-sun (OK!) a little less scorching?

02 July, 2009  
Blogger Swarna said...

Shiv, JP, Freehit
JP - glad that monsoons are actve there.
Freehit...yes, temps have come down from 40 degrees C at 12 midnight on 26 June...

03 July, 2009  
Blogger kallu said...

Good to know this bright someone who brings a special light touch to dismal forecasts.:-)

03 July, 2009  

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