The green salad, green tea, green goblin, green grocer, green-eyed monster…all that’s green is not good actually….
It is easy being green – yes, with St Patrick’s day that got off around the corner, it was an easy choice of title!
But in today’s life, it is much easier to be green than any other colour.
For a working mother, who is at that end of the spectrum where watching cookery shows is the most best it can get in cooking department, green is a boon!
Salads with a large portion of pitta bread pinched into pieces or an easy blend of plain cooked lentils with an artful dressing of lemon, and salt and pepper thrown in can work wonders to a hungry stomach! rather stomachs…yes, it is easy being green
Green tea of course is good to wash it all off.
And coming from that patch of green state in India called Kerala, we know about different shades of green, what they mean and how wonderful they can be.
Incidentally, the new upcoming corporate office of one of the top ten corporate houses of India, coming up in Calicut has a roof that is a completely walkable terrace…you can walk along the slope from the ground till the roof, outside around. Grand no?
Cochin International Airport became the world’s first fully solar powered airport. What can be more green than this!!!!! and in the long run it is easy being green
The houses that I have seen all through my childhood days, the ones that seemed to rise out of a dream were green, magical and dreamy!
The magical rains that came prompted purely by the rotation of the earth, at the designated time and day, the ponds and lakes that swelled with a gay abandon, the warmth of the hearth on a rainy day with the aroma of mother’s food wafting into all corners of the house….the memories are so green with a velvet touch…
Good for heart, soul, mind and feet….