The rain drops sprung fresh greens above the ground where my eyes met a familiar childhood toy when we strolled around in Pune University this morning.
I stopped my husband and son at once, bowed down, and swished the oval green leaves of the below.
As I stuck the leaves on my son’s t-shirt, he giggled. He ran his hands over the leave on his shirt, “wow!” he rejoiced.
One side of the leaves is hairy rough allowing it to stick on our clothes. We used these leaves to decorate our clothes on the play after school. I was glad I could share it with Yaseen.