Rainy season is the 'love' season.
The moment I decide to step out of my house, I am being told by my parents to travel carefully or to take a day off but my boss is as usual telling me today is an important meeting which can affect my appraisal.
I am hoping my boss remains absent for the meeting but he does'nt and attend's the meeting via skype from home because its heavy rains.
The best times were at school when they used to declare holiday due to heavy rains and I thanked rain gods for that.
In colleges the lectures were cancelled and my marine drive plans use to take place.
I could see Juhu, Aksa and Gorai beaches becoming romantic hotspots for young people under colourful umbrellas.
My streets were flooded by water and my mobile is flooded by messages and photos of current rain situation on whatsaap and Facebook.
M-indicator is so nice helping me by giving train schedules.
My network provider is so caring I can realise it now when it sends me dare messages about the weather forecast.
BMC and political leaders may not fill all the potholes but definately knows to fill my inbox with a cautionery message.
Really in mumbai the 'rainy' season is a 'lovely' season.. ©Allwindave