16 th June 2016
It was a misty morning on a cold day. The alarm clock rang out and I woke up. I got ready for
school and came outside. In the mist, the hills looked mysterious and haunted me little,
but, incredibly attractive. The street was shrouded in fog. I walked along the damp road and
reached the bus stop. Little by little the mist started to dissolve. Slowly my eyes started
catching the details following the rhythm of the mist. Somehow, for once, my sight was driven
by the rhythm of nature. It was a muffled atmosphere. It reminded me of Bhagamandala in
Madikeri on a foggy November day. The bus arrived and I got into it and went to school.
The school started with an assembly which was as common as every day. After first two periods, the bell
Rang and I came out of my classroom as it was leisure time. I was shocked to see the sunny
weather which was dead opposite to the weather in the morning. The lunch hour passed off and
then there was social studies period. It was a good class for us after the lunch hour. Then it was the
computer period which was the first lab period for us; it was really interesting. Then there was
Kannada and Science periods which passed quickly with interesting concepts. I came back
home by bus.
When I came home, it was a pleasant surprise for me to see my granny who
came just before me. Then as usual I did my homework. There was still time for me to relax.
So I sat in front of my house and felt the soft gentle caress of breeze on my face. The breeze
was simply beautiful. The little garden beside my house was filled with the things of nature. Little
bees, butterflies and other insects flew around the flowers in search of food. The flowers
themselves were with bright colours with every possible combination of colours. I feasted my eyes
with this wonderful scene of immense activity and again witnessed the beauty of nature’s
innumerable wonders. Then I had dinner and slept at 10.00pm.
KEERTHANA HEGDE 8th A