There is a saying never give a weapon to a monkey or it will disrupt the whole village. This exactly happened when my kid sister accidentally shoots herself with the pepper spray in a closed room.
The fun parts starts now with me sitting in the next room, I got a sniff of it as i was going to help her at that time of destress and i started coughing like anything. I am pretty sure if my doctor had seen me that time he would have admitted me in the isolation ward indefinitely. Well eventually my coughing stopped and i was normal after 10 – 15 mins. But as my kid sister took the spray on her face was distraught and in a real bad shape. Her face & eyes were red hot burning and she was crying like crazy… mom did some home remedy as a first aid and she was better after 30 mins or so.
Then we started roasting her on her stupidity and teased her till our hearts wish… But ya a lesson learned and good laughs shared on a chilly sunday afternoon.
This got me thinking about these kind of products which are so need of the hour specially in our country to keep one safe. It really works but one word of caution it needs intelligence & little caution to make it work to our requirement.
I so wish i would have pics of that whole episode to share with you all…
My Kid sister Riya recently finished her graduation from manipal and the whole family was suppose to go and pick her up to come home. But to do some social commitments only I reached to get her and all her baggage form there.
Although it is not a big of a deal as it was close by but when i was waiting outside her collage, myriad of emotions sprang up in my mind & heart. It was so proud moment for me to get my sister home after her graduation is over… On our way back we were reminiscing the day i got her there for her entrance exam for which she was not sure about that will it get cracked or not.
So even after ups and down of life & in collage she finally did her B.TECH in Automobile Engineering with good numbers and main thing she was happy and we were proud of our kiddo…
So tonight i have an interesting bunch of college kids with us… Riya my sister and her friends are in town for a day trip and staying with us for the night…
Typical automobile engineering kids with their own view towards life… the kind of mental energy, ideas and their enthusiasm is a sight to see.
Must say that these kids are real fast learners and were keen to learn poker and play, and after a few practice hands they were getting really good hold of it.
And because of Pruthvi & Naivedya i have been introduced to Jazz & Blues. Which is a whole lot different genre of music which a music lover may enjoy.
Hardik the most serious and observant guy has actually read my blog and wanted to know more about the whole Round Table India so i gave him a small crash course on who are we and what we are about.
And Chintan loves cooking and has promised us that he will be serving us in later stages of the night… as per the reviews of all these I am sure it is going to awesome and he can surely work on his cooking as an alternate career path.
Pruthvi saw my model car collection and was so fascinated about them. I saw the same spark in his eyes which i have when i see my models and his handling of these models was also flawless thats why i did not stop him into handling them.
Seeing them fighting over of who will have a pipe of Sheesha and general fun, leg pulling of each other is giving me a major reminiscing of my own collage days…!!!
So guys and girls moral of the story is growing old is inevitable & growing up is an option… Revisit the good old days… Do the some silly stuff and recharge yourself for the next week of life…