A joyous relief…

A few days back, when the sun was gazing up in the sky right above our heads at about 48°C, a small group was cherishing and beating the heat by having an open bath in the park.

I couldn’t resist myself to go there and share the joys of the open bath. (though, I didn’t get into it but it was enjoyable).

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The most interesting part began when the children started fighting for the control of the hosepipe.

The fight was hilarious tom see… :-D

“dey mjhe…. nhi to meine joota maarna he…!”

The child in black shorts said it violently… :-D

That scene just can’t be explained in words. See the pic in zoomed view, and I m sure, you’ll enjoy.

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But today’s rain really brought a change… and the parks, which looked deserted during noon, were full of noise and activity. Even I enjoyed myself in the rain.

See the pics to observe the change in the moods i.e., it’s the same park (that I mentioned above) which was full of the people today, during the rain.

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The children enjoying in the rain.

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How much you explain the scenes in words but the fact is that those joyous moments are unable to explain. One can only feel it…

Everyone has its own level of satisfaction; but whatever it was; it really changed the overall moods and the atmosphere (off course).

In short… it was marvelous…!

Did you enjoy it..? Share your experience..!

2 Comments so far

  1. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on June 24th, 2007 @ 11:14 pm

    Yes, i did and i can feel the joy the kids were having :)

    As far as water fights are concerned in hot summer days, i remember that we used to have fight for the control of water pipe too, because it is considered the most lethal weapon of all during water fight :))

    Merai bachpan kai din, kitnai achai thai din :))


  2. >man!< (unregistered) on June 25th, 2007 @ 4:23 am

    ohh that’s right..
    but it is in the case when u r fighting..
    (I mean water fighting)

    but here the fight was to have a bit water to put it on urself..
    :)

    garmi bh to bhagaani thi na..
    :D

    and there is no other memory more pleasent than the childhood memories..
    :)



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