Romantic in "ME"!

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 15 Comments


Have you ever experienced, not finding a seat in your office bus, when you want to go home early? How would you react? It happened to me yesterday and I grinned and was ecstatic. As a part of the HR team, it is good to see a fully occupied bus, it means that you are doing your job well.


It was raining cats and dogs today and I was looking at the leaden sky with dark clouds and the water lashing down. Wished for a small umbrella, me and my guy squeezed inside it and taking a stroll in the rain. It's fun to hold the waist of your man and tickle him a little and get drenched. But, I should confess, I hate to hold umbrellas and it has to be him.


Listening to music and your ears stuffed with the ear plug, not realising you are singing aloud, only to be warned by a fellow traveller, that you make more noise than the bus. I had to smile at that remark and said, "I don't give a damn!". He replied without hesitating, "I do" and turned back to his book.


Catch hold of an innocent guy, who calls you to say, "HI" and you talk to him non stop, for half an hour and load him with advices. Poor guy! he wouldn't have had a clue, that you are going to give him an earful and that too when he calls. He is forced to pay, both the ways.



Leaving home a son, who claimed severe cold and took leave to School, only to find during the later part of the afternoon, that he is hooked to his FB. I got alerts on various quizzes, including "how to fake a fever, fake a cold?" The romantic part in me, felt happy that he is just taking few little innocent quizzes, relieved that he is staying home and not gone out on a date. Oh! NO! I forgot there was no status updates during the morning. He should have overslept, poor boy!

viji suresh

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Harsha said...

ur post reflects ur mood.. Romantic in "ME" eh.. nice write up.. a light post that makes one reflect on the small things in life.. cool..

P.S. the word verification here says 'buttwell'.. i wonder y.. :-|

Joy Palakkal said...

Really Nice way of presentation...
With All Best wishes..

Opaque said...

Quite bubbly, this post.

I confess that I'm checking your place after a long time but must say...i loved reading your post. I do miss Chennai rains. Anii is on facebook?

Prabodh said...

Nice article ..liked spl the innocent guy who got trapped ....LOL ( Have mailed you Badge hope you like it and display it in ur blog). Keep writing always and make our day.

Viji said...

@harsha thanks dosth :) Trust me! am not responsible for "butwell"

Viji said...

@Joy Thanks for dropping in! Happy that you enjoyed the post.

Viji said...

@Ajey thank you!

Viji said...

Welcome back Vandya :) Nice to see you in my spot after a long break :) Yep! Ani is very active in facebook.

Viji said...

@Prabodh thanks buddy! I am thrilled and very happy to receive the Badge you sent me. I have displayed it in my blog..

Hope any time, I dont sit next to u in bus -:)

gud one vij

Viji said...

ur loss Devs :) you know how great a singer Viji is... still you say that?

blacksnow said...

light light light....makes for a lovely read...wish i could write like you...so much at ease...kudos..

Viji said...

Thanks Manoj :)

Boy, Do U think that the guy (who called U) is really innocent? Well well, mission accomplished :P

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