I’m out for a post lunch walk in Landour, Musoorie. Its good exercise, an opportunity to breathe the fresh mountain air and walk through the misty monsoon clouds enjoying the sound of the rain drumming away on my new leaky Tumi umbrella. I’ve always loved the rain and am making the most of it this year. It also takes my mind temporarily off the futile software deployment exercise that has been going on for more than 3 weeks at Landour Community Hospital and the list of 100 plus (and rising) unfixed bugs in the software. Walking back, I notice an Oak branch lying on the ground. It had the same bright green moss on it that covered every tree in sight. It looked very fresh -as though it had just dropped from the tree. I trod on the fallen branch and it gave way like a sponge. Surprised, I picked it up and was able to separate the woody fibers with my fingers.
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