Rain

Today was a nice day. Again work wise hardly anything to do plus it is a Saturday hence a very casual atmosphere all around. Not that we have a very serious & somber outlook during the weekdays but still it is a very nice feeling. We had a small meeting on how to increase efficiency among the trainees who are now agents. We decided that from next week, refresher courses are in session.

A few of us went to have a group lunch – nothing was arranged or organized, it just happened. Most of them had chicken biriyani ala Hyderbadi style and they raved about the taste but I had a vegetable dish which was supposed to be spicy but it was actually sweet. I had no complaints though as I enjoyed the company at the table.

Sajith, Akhil & myself were soon entering reports for a while until 4:30 pm, when we went to have a trainers meeting. This was round two for the month of March and we will be having them twice a month. If only all meetings were such fun; even as we were discussing the various obstacles that hindered our path to complete success, we were still having fun and cracking jokes. Me, the group clown, had them laughing at my wise cracks. Anyways, Akhil and myself have a little project to do on Tuesday, which we really want to do.

Back on the way home and it looks like it is about to rain. Am I mistaking the smell of imminent rain for something else? Sometimes you just know that it is going to pour. But for a long time after I reached my room and relaxed, it seemed that my nose was failing me. Until around midnight, when the heavens opened and sweet, sweet rain water poured down on Cochin town. Ahh, I just stood at my windows and soaked it in while staring blankly at the night sky. The breeze was welcoming but I couldn’t get my hands wet unless I went out to the balcony. This is good.

And oh, is that a semi-naked lady that I spy with my little eye, moving in front of a window in the building across mine?

Song for the day – “One Little Victory” – RUSH

Sens 5 Canadiens 2

The Ottawa Senators beat the Montreal Canadiens 5-2 and reached the 100 point mark for the 4th straight season. Dany Heatley got his 47th goal and Mike Fisher scored twice and the Ottawa Senators reached 100 points with a 5-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Friday night. Fisher, Jason Spezza and Mike Comrie scored in the first period to help Ottawa reached 100 points for the fourth straight season, and sixth time in the past eight. For Montreal, Sheldon Souray scored his 18th power-play goal of the season in the first, tying Hall of Famer Denis Potvin and Adrian Aucoin for the NHL single-season record by a defenseman. Ottawa had a potential fourth goal waved off when referee Dan Maroueli blew a quick whistle before Heatley jammed home a rebound off Halak’s outstretched right pad. Ottawa Goalie Ray Emery now has 58 career wins, 26 losses and nine non-regulation losses overall in regular-season play. Senators C Dean McAmmond played his 800th regular-season game. McAmmond began his career with Chicago in 1991-92 and has also played for Edmonton, Philadelphia, Calgary, Colorado and St. Louis.

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Bring on the Cup, baby! GO SENS GO!