Friday, January 22, 2010

Something last week

Touch me not
A pretty flower from the sensitive plant or touch me not. In Tamil it is called thottachinungi and scientifically known as Mimosa pudica. During the weekend travel with family and while stopping somewhere to drink coffee, found this plants on road side and had some fun touching its leaves to closing.

The pongal was really wonderful and we went to our native home and celebrated on the terrace by lighting pongal pot. After long time we cousins met and enjoyed the holidays and as I wish I can’t visit any village on this mattu pongal day and had a bad evening at beach by leaving the vehicle into sand.

Dad parked the vehicle near the shore and went to walk, and being a enthusiastic off-road driving, we tried to drive on sand by listening to one of my cousin saying scorpio (SUV) will go on sand and it has huge wheels to balance, we learned a never forget experience and scold from dad by making struck into the sand.

It was more than a 45minutes drama of fear and tension until releasing the vehicle from sand and pleasantly lot of people came to help us and it was a hard time for everyone esp. my cousins who tried many ways to pull it out.

The other day we watched few movies and Peranmai was wonderful in all. It has good story and message to this world and makes feel the worth of communication and hard work. The explanation was beautiful even it was little bit. The other movies are Kanden Kadhalai (which was fun and beautiful), Iyntham padai (good comedy and action – interesting) and Vettaikaran (annoy almost except few songs)

11 comments:

Srinivas said...

Hi Jeevan,

Cute post, that. :) Vettaikaaran was, you are right, very very annoying!

I have never been to my native during Pongal days. Sometime, I think I should.

Good evening! :)

V Rakesh said...

Good to see an update and also to know that you are doing well!

Dawn....सेहर said...

Tottawaadi is called in Malayalam :)
Amazing your post not only reminded me my biology class in fact it took me back to my childhood days :)
I have seen this many in Kerala and used play touching them :)
Nice to hear you are doing well. Belated Happy Pongal - I am sure it must be a 3-4 days celebration.
Take care and be strong
cheers & hugz

Rajesh said...

Very nice post. It is good to see you are fine and back on the road.

cyclopseven said...

Interesting post. Reminds me my childhood days. Some people are like the plant itself:). Off-road driving? careful next time.

Kavi said...

Glad that you were able to catch up on the Pongal in true tamil style !!

Great to catch up my friend. Great to see the SUV unstuck !

:)

venus66 said...

Nice post.The flower is beautiful but sensitive.:)

Anna said...

Hi Jeevan, thanks for sharing your thoughts with us. Hope all is well with you, Anna :)

Anya said...

Hi nice to see your back
i had almost missing you post ;)
I hope all is well.....

Happy Republic day Jeevan
for you and your whole family !!!

Kareltje =^.^=
Anya :-)

Babli said...

Wish you and your family a very Happy Republic Day.
Hope you are doing well. Good to see your post after a long time. The flower is very beautiful. Lovely post.

Anonymous said...

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it