childhood revisited..

Thanks to The Daily Prompt‘s new blog post idea, and of-course my friend’s blog Platform 9-3/4  interest on the same I share my memories of childhood. Yes, I remember a few of my childhood memories i would like to share one of my best memories to you all 🙂 ;-):D

When I was five years old,my father used to take me along when he visited the Sai Baba temple in Mylapore everyday. One day when he didn’t take me,I decided to follow him. I crossed the main road behind him but did not see a car hurtling towards me. A tailor came running out of his  shop to save me. Hearing the commotion,my father turned to see the tailor carrying me and putting me down at the corner of the road.He thought the tailor was kidnapping me and scolded him bitterly. The next day me and my mother were walking in that road and the tailor explained to my mom what had actually happened.

This tailor was in my area till last year and he used to wave me his hand and say “HI” everytime i crossed his shop. He passed away last December if I am not wrong.Childhood memories are always special.This memory of mine got published in tinkle magazine  november 2005 edition 😀 and the pic is really funny 🙂 Image


13 thoughts on “childhood revisited..

  1. Wow Shru 🙂 So cool that it got published 😀 It’s so sweet that the tailor rushed to your help and great that you were in touch with him. So sorry for his passing away though 😦

  2. Yours was a naturally childish act and the tailor, God bless his soul, was a kind human the likes of which we don’t find anymore. Yes, that cartoon is really funny but apt for a children’s magazine.

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