Monday, November 09, 2009

Oh dear Sun, come back!!!

The past few days have been depressing on the climate front at Bengaluru. Drizzles every now and then, cold winds, no sun throughout the day and grumpy low clouds.

Is this a climate conducive to work or to do anything other than laze and pull the blanket over your head? Can tolerate heat, but not a sunless cold weather for more than a day. The rains are always welcome, but not without the sun after. It is ethereal, if there is a glorious sunshine after a heavy downpour.

I need the sun to recharge my engines.

Hey Sun, சூரியா, ಸೂರ್ಯಾ, सूर्या, सूरज, Sol, Sonne, Soleil, Zon  or however you are called,

Shine and shine bright for a few hours every day. Come on, be out and show me your face.


gils said...

hmm..blore weathera kura solra mudhal aal neengala than irupeenga :Dits a lovely romantic weather to enjoy..chennaiveyil kooda ok..tolerable..blorela it wud be burning..the climate esp after the rains is so lovely..enjoy it while it lasts :)

Swaram said...

Oh its raining here too and is a lovely day! All I need is to stop working and go bk home and cosy up reading a good up with some gr8 music and filter kaapi :P

RamMmm said...

@gils: 3-4 days didn't see sun outside. Add cold weather and chilly winds. It is good weather to be inside the home, but weekend ஒன்னும் உருப்படியா பண்ணலை (only driving monkeys out from my terrace). 'Romantic?' அது ஒரு நிலாக்காலம் :-) என்ன பண்ணறது, நான் ஒரு வெய்யில் romantic.;-) I am happy to be at Bengaluru, only that I miss the sun. You are right, the வெய்யில் is எரிக்கும் வெய்யில் here.

@Swaram: No office work, I suppose. :-) :-) Haven't been able to get myself to work for the past 3-4 days. :-( Pending work aggregates :-( (Hey my profile says that I am like that)

zeno said...

nalla velai nenga chennai la illa. here it was raining cats and dogs!

RamMmm said...

Ha Ha, Sun is back here in all glory today. After a long time, worked very hard today as I forgot a deadline. And so you see the late night comments. :-)

Raining in Chennai is okay, but the 'kuttai's there are not. I once came for a colleague's wedding there and for most of the time, I was wading. :-)