a little crazy

Sharmishtha Basu

That happens to be me, till my late teenage it was one of my crazy ways of celebrating pouring rain. Taking a long, long walk in the pouring rain without umbrella, usually the streets were not waterlogged; in case they were… they did not dishearten, but enhanced the glee.



  1. Too bad we have to grow up and forget to enjoy some of those youthful pleasures.

    But here’s the good news. When you finally get old, you start doing some of those goofy youthful things again. πŸ™‚

    Picture (me) goofy old mixed up lady splashing merrily in a water puddle. Running around transforming herself…….into an idiot.

    Slips and falls and breaks a hip, pneumonia sets in. Committed to the looney bin. 😦

    No thanks! Give me an umbrella.

    I really should wait til I have had 2nd cup of coffee to make comments. LOL

    1. I believe that the innocence of childhood comes back with old age, their behaviour, smiles even physical condition say that. I have long since stopped believing that something/a behaviour/a habit is/ should be age-based. But I have never seen an old lady, or even a middle aged lady making a street puddle splash in public.

      I do it even now when i am dead certain that no body’s watching me πŸ™‚

  2. Hey! I just wanted to ask if you ever have any trouble with hackers?
    My last blog (wordpress) was hacked and I ended up losing many months of hard work due to no back up.
    Do you have any methods to stop hackers?

    1. my accounts get hacked in a regular basis, but in case someone steals your wordpress password you can change it through your email id, i will suggest you to install a really good antivirus and some software that has reputation in the field of blocking malicious softwares or other harmful softwares from getting installed. go for the original.

      what is your blog URL?

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