Rain drops are falling on my head...

Rain drops are falling on my head...

This is an old song (youtube link). I’ve always wanted to sing this song and dance around in the rain.

Time never gave me an opportunity to do so... as you will get wet in the rain in the most unwanted times...like while I’m riding in the bike a.k.a. Scooty (as my dad first and my hubby now object to my Scooty being called as 'the bike') or going for a wedding reception!


This was also starting to look like one of the fateful days when we were returning from a wedding reception... but we just escaped by getting into the car when it started to pour cats and dogs with plenty of thunder and lightening! I was in a situation with mixed feelings as I didn’t want the rain to go on as i would spoil my lovely off white kanjeevaram saree, if i get wet. At the same time the mischievous kid inside wanted to dance in the rain.

And it happened as my beloved drove me as close to my doorstep he got out in the rain opened the door brought the umbrella for me and took me in without spoiling my silk saree. By the time he backed the car and parked in the shed, I changed into my salwar and went out with barefoot happily playing and singing only the first line of the song (as I know only that much in the song!). Mission accomplished and there stood my beloved who now looked like the angry hulk ready to charge. Yelled at me saying "Is this why i took so much care to not get you wet?" never answered him anything... silence is the best way to cope situations like these...

Some pictures from that day...



I don't know if he understood me... but still I enjoyed the rain as I always do!

Praise God! He sends out the rain on the good and evil alike. Perfect Gentleman.

Comments

Gayatri said…
lol. you go ma'am! =)
Aiswarya said…
what a lovely post my dear?!! aww, in bloody england, even the rain is a stranger. It gets everyone down and upset. But Indian rain is really something else. The post looks like a very romantic scene form a film. Beautiful!!
:) It's one of my favourite songs. And I love playing in the rain too.

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