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When clouds precipitate

It's pouring off heavily since Sunday. Though its fun, I get irritated of the rain at times when I have to go out. I normally love to be home sleeping or reading something with a hot cup of coffee when the rain goes on outside. It has its own schedule, and as of now, it seems like the rainstorm is giving only a few minutes breaks a day to itself and as usual people don't care about it, getting on with their work. And hey, who would not go to work, stop their shopping, or miss their apnt just cos of the rain. Quite fair! I've got my driving exam next week and I hope the rain extends its break to at least a day long!

My friend has also, already felt the rain on her blog and now its me again...I guess its a downpour part of the summer season.
Looking through my windows while typing this on...still falls the rain......playing its rhythm ...and hitting on my windows at an alarming rate...
I'm lovin' it ;)


Comments

Priya Joyce said…
If u go to Rajasthan u'll never say rain is irritating as there rain comes once in a blue moon. niway u enjoy the good soothing drops of crystals. Abt exams they come and go so take a chill pill.
thanks 4 ur comment
hey actually ma full name is Priyadarshini Joyce just cut it short. U can call me PJ.
k bye tc
Kumiththa said…
You have written it really well...still pouring, can see it through the window...Hope it stops for your driving test and best of luck!
Saranya said…
PJ: Ye, cos we see more rain than sun-shine here, it does sometimes get irritating. But I still love rain :) thanks for ur words :)
Saranya said…
Kumiththa: Thanks a lot for ur wishes :)) and yep, hopefully... it stops. :)
Hemanth Potluri said…
wow i love rain more then my daily sunshine...heheh..i love to dance but cant as i am not a good dancer...

good post tho..

urs..hemu...
Saranya said…
Thanks Hemanth. The thing is that it gets so cold when it rains here with a freezing wind as well. Thats y I don't prefer to go out while raining though I generally love rain :)
bahar said…
Nice picture you have there! Did you take it?
If you did wow!

I love the rain lol but I agree getting wet when you dont want to is kinda annoying.
Vani said…
I love rain as long as I dont have to go out in it :).
I'd luv to sit tight in ma house with a hot cup of cofee, and watch the rain slashing against ma window..
But, if I had to go out- Oh..I hate the damn rain.
Saranya said…
Bahar: thanks. nope I didn't take it. I guess I need a prof. camera to take such pic :)
Saranya said…
Vani: That's right. You've got the point Vani :) Thanks for your comment.
Arun PK said…
I just luuuv sittin indoors listenin to the pitter patter o the rain outside :)
Anonymous said…
i know i love raining when i am at home sleeping. at the moment i am enjoying cos i dont have anyfink 2 do lol. dont worry sanu it will stop on ur driving day. i love the way u both describe about each little thnk keep it up!

madi
Saranya said…
Arun: Yep. Thanks for ur comment :)
Saranya said…
Madi: Ye, hopefully! Thanks for ur words madi :))

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