It has started to rain in Mumbai, I feel a special connection with the rains, it feels like the whole world has dimmed the lights and the spotlight has just come over you. Being a person who continuously finds herself vacillating between being an introvert or an extrovert( wished there was a word for us, won’t call me an ambivert as they are kind of balanced personalities), rains make me an introvert. Introverted in a way that they set me up for joy. Just I and my thoughts kind of have a dance if that makes any sense. It deepens my relationship with my otherwise mundane cup of coffee, and everything starts to look more special, deeper, more pleasant. Any book I hold just drowns me in with the splattering sound of the rains outside as if all the noises have been taken over by the rains. I also enjoy being indoors and they give me another reason to remain inside. I enjoy the rain with a good movie and a good snack in the evening. The freshness that rains bring to the humid weather of Mumbai is also what I love rains for. The backwaters of Navi-Mumbai become a treat to the eye if you go out visiting them. The view of rains falling on lakes is another beauty to relish. My 2-year-old celebrates it with splashing in the puddles, with much reluctance though I let him, understanding it’s his way of celebrating.
So the rainy season is here and it’s time to enjoy it to the fullest.
What your rain favorite activity?let me know in the comments below, I would love to know the new ways we can celebrate rains this monsoon.
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