On Saturday, Sheru got a bath. He really does not hate bath but neither likes it. He just gets under the water and patiently waits to get it over with. So after the bath on Saturday, he was lazing around and moving up and down the house. I had some work in the garden and leaving Sheru inside, I stepped out. Sheru absolutely loves playing outside. If permitted he would be spending all his time outside.We let him out in the garden at the back of the house to play sometimes. We have put up wooden fence to prevent him from jumping over to neighbor’s garden. We let him loose here so he can run around to his heart content
As I stepped into the garden yesterday, I deliberately avoided letting Sheru out because he was still a little wet and I did not want him to get dirty because he goes and start digging into the mud in the town.
As I finished working and turned to get back in, I saw Sheru peeping from the blinds as if to say “Let me out!!” He had such a “pity-me-please” face that I was tempted to not miss this moment.
Kidhar gaya? (Where has he gone?) Mujhe Saath leke nahi gaya? (He did not take me with him?)
There he is! What are you doing out there? I want to come out too
I shifted position and not finding me there, he came to the other door.
Kutte Kamine! Ek baar! ek baar Mujhe bahar nikal! Ek ek ko dekh lunga!
Children! They always want to play outside