Thursday, August 28, 2008


Oh! pleasant, pleasant were the days,
The time, when, in our childish plays,
My sister Emmeline and I
Together chased the butterfly!

- William Wordsworth, To A Butterfly


Mel said...

I missed visiting you. You know I've had so much in my head, so much work!
But I'm back :)

Sekhar said...

It's ok Mel. Same with me too :)

Anonymous said...

So very beautiful photo and writing.
We have had many years ago the visitor from a University of Kerala`s district. I remember the discussion,when I was telling to him about my hurry with three children and my work as a teacher. He said very proudly, that his wife is always waiting him at home with a good meal and smiling. We looked at each other, my husband and I, so different world, where we were living, not just the nature but attitudes of cultures Yes,a meal was also waiting for my husband, when he came home, but he did not have always the smiling wife, but the busy wife with washing, cleaning, taking care for children and preparing lessons for next day, poor husband :)
But our 45th anniversary day is
next June, we have five grandchildren and we are healthy enough to travel and enjoy life.
Sorry, we old people are like that - reminiscing, too much, I am afraid :)
Happy life to you!

Sekhar said...

Thanks Leena for coming here.
Never feel sorry for reminiscing. These are the things that give joy and remind us the way we spent the life gone by :)
Happy 45th anniversary in advance.
May God keep you in good health for the rest of your life too.
Thanks again :)

T and S said...

Thanks for visiting my have a nice blog...

Shades said...

so simple... so beautiful...!!

Ash said...

Brilliant, timely capture.

Kichu $ Chinnu | കിച്ചു $ ചിന്നു said...

good one... i know it is very tough to catch it :).. i have chased them a lot but these people have bigger sense of insecurity compared to dragon flies :)

Sekhar said...

Thanks a lot T&S, Shades, Ash, Kichu & Chinnu.
And well said Kichu & Chinnu.

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