Jul 7, 2010

Grand Pa & Me...#1

I called him as ‘my first boy friend’ in one of my earlier posts. I stick to that. He was the person who introduced me to most of my maiden tastes. Here are some funny incidents between both of us, just for you.


Chocolates vs. Calculator!!


Once we both started on our bicycle. We roamed a lot in the town as if we were the cops who forgot what to search for. During the ride, I especially pointed at all most all of the tall buildings in the city and asked him when we would buy such ones! On the way, we paused at a medical shop. He had taken some medicine and asked me what I’d like to take. He thought I’d pick something from the series of chocolate boxes right in front of me. But, to his surprise, I said I had liked the calculator in the shop-keeper’s hand and I wanted him to buy that for me!!!


Theater Dhamaka…


One day, he took me to a movie. In his words, I was so excited to watch the movie only until the theater was dimmed. Once the lights were off and the other viewers were about to set their eyes towards the screen, my grand pa’s story of the day started with my loud cry. I was crying really huge that he could not survive in the theater as rest of the people stared at us, as if we were playing more interesting movie than to the one running on the screen. We moved out of the theater room soon.


As we reached the main gate of the theater, once again he got shocked with the way the gate boy responded and said that he wouldn’t open the gate till the interval. What else my grand pa could do? I was not allowing him to go inside and the gate boy did not allow him to take me and our bicycle outside. Finally, we spent sometime here and there to came out after the interval time.


Some more incidents to follow in my next posts… Keep smiling friends.

45 comments:

Ria said...

Nice post dear, and interesting incident.

Komal Ali said...

Awww! :)
Grandparents have always been my favorite blessing.

♥ Chocolate lover ♥ said...

awwwwwww

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Being a grandparent I wonder what my granchildren think of me?
I enjoyed the read.
Thanks for your visit the comment was swallowed up by the gremlins again but read it on the email.

Yvonne,

Diana said...

Such sweet memories Prams! I like that you called him your first boyfriend! How appropriate!
Love Di ♥

anupama said...

Dear Prams,
Good Morning!
The bond between the grandparents and grandchildren is amazing.It is deeper and stronger.The balance of the family is maintained because of grandparents.
Memories are so beautiful....I enjoyed your post,dear!
Wishing you a beautiful day,
Sasneham,
Anu

Creativity!! said...

Enjoyed This Post A Lot. Dear, I Also Liked State of Mind-Take Home #17. Very Well Said.

The Holy Lama said...

That coffee mug says it all. I too loved the recollection. Look forward to more of these.

The Idle Brain said...

This post just got me...
"I called him as ‘my first boy friend’ in one of my earlier posts. I stick to that. He was the person who introduced me to most of my maiden tastes. Here are some funny incidents between both of us, just for you."

The narration is more interesting than the scene.. Great going

Ms.Meduri said...

wow....i know how much we enjoyed with tatayya...and the greater part goes to you..!!

he is fun to be with...love tatayya and luv u for these special posts di..!!!

indrablog said...

Hi Pramoda,
Looking back and finding out pearls of memories...really interesting. These small memories matter a lot when the days are long gone.

indrablog said...

Hi Pramoda,
Looking back and finding out pearls of memories...really interesting. These small memories matter a lot when the days are long gone.

Divya said...

nice post !

HaRy!! said...

hey prams.. awesomeeee!! brought me the times me n my grandpa used to hav fun!

A New Beginning said...

Awww our grandparents take anything from us..and love us selflessly:) loved the post Pramoda :)

SabiSunshine said...

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Readers Dais said...

Hi! Pramoda,

those moments brought an innocent smile freind , thanks :)

Priya Joyce said...

If my grandpa wud hav been alive now he'd be my first bf too :P

well This was a post so lovely and worth reading :))

beautiful memory gal :)

deeps said...

Memories sweet and cool …

Jack said...

Pramoda,

Caught up with pending posts. Life is not a race. One should live it to satisfaction. Each of us has different goals and we should always be thankful to those who help us reach there. Forgiving is a big virtue. Company does affect one's own way of thinking. As long as one can speak fluently in mother tongue, it is fine. One should always keep state of mind fresh. Nice episodes with grandfather, looking for more.

Take care

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Ria.. thank you so much..;)

Being Pramoda... said...

HI Komal.. thats soo nice..;) thanks fr sharing...

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi CHaco lover.. hehe..:)

Being Pramoda... said...

Hey Yvonne.. thats an obvious thought i guess..:) so nice.. :) u r so sweet..

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Di.. yeah.. he is..:) Thank youuu..

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Anu..

wow..

@The balance of the family is maintained because of grandparents.

sooo true..:) many thanks ya.:)

wish u good day.

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Sahana, thank you..

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Lama.. yeah.. the pic was chosen after manyyyyy ;)

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Valli.. thank youu..;) hw r u???

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Yamini.. yeah..we r lucky to have him..:)

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Indrashish, welcome back here..:)

true.; they r pearls..

Being Pramoda... said...

Haa Indrashish, when the days r gone long back they r the best..

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Divya, welcome here..:)

thank you.

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Hary.. glad me..:) hehe..:)

Being Pramoda... said...

New begining.. hey thanks gal..;) have nice time

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Sabi.. thanks a lot..;) welcome u here.:) so nice of you..

am pleased.. and more than happy to be a friend..:)

Prams

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi RD... im so glad abt it..:)

Being Pramoda... said...

HI Priya, sorry abt him..

and thanks a lot..:)

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi, Yeah deeps, they r so.. :)

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Jack uncle, thats soo inspiring frm u.. thanks a load..:) so nice to have u here, as always..:)

Amity said...

hmmm...you are witty, precocious obnoxious little girl...happy to note you enjoyed good times with your grandpa/first boyfriend...:-)

i may do just the same with my grand children and prod my hubby to do the same like your grandpa and i think that would be so exciting and i may write about it someday to keep you my readers smiling...maybe ten years from now...:-)

have a great week ahead dear...hugs and missed yah so much!!!

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi AMity, manyyyy thanks dear fr being here..:)

thats really wonderful of you.. yeah keep waiting..:)

Haddock said...

Its a blessing to have wise and elderly people at home.

Being Pramoda... said...

@Haddock

hey.. yeah thats so true.. thanks so much..:)

chandrababu said...

hai pramu,
today i showed the print out of this.tatayya and my self recalled all sweet memories of guntur.were we live,how we soend our time and hiw you immitated me by studying tables loudly.we aloso rememerised your questions like if i read like this i also get seat.
than q for u r post.
u r mamayya.