>The fall syndrome. Post 6


Yes, that’s what I have been suffering from since time immemorial. Ever since I can remember I have been this extremely fall prone person. As a kid, I could be often spotted with crape bandages on my ankles. My home back in Ranchi was a duplex. And I use to go up and down the stairs a number of times each day. And even then managed to trip or twist my ankle ever so often. This meant that I used to fall on the same set of staircase, which I knew like the back of my hand.

Things haven’t changed much. I walk extremely carefully as I am well aware of this tendency and yet I manage to do the mighty fall every now and then.

The most recent one was where I fell in the PVR cinemas. I was walking up the stairs, very carefully, and yet I managed to do the unthinkable. The on lookers were shocked and all I could do was laugh. You might think that my footwear choice is bad, but what will you say if I tell you that I fall even while I am wearing those Nikes. Just the other day Aman and I were at this cool restaurant having a romantic candle lit dinner. It was the beautiful Banglore night and we felt like going for a walk across the pool. So we got up, Aman was standing tall and I was on the floor. I really had no clue how I fell while getting up from the chair but I did. Don’t even ask me about the level of embarrassment.

There are way too many of such instances. Like recently when I was in Melbourne for the launch of our new centre I decided to save my company some dollars. So I doubled up as the event Emcee as well. I was wearing these awesome stilettos and was extremely careful while walking up the stage and just as I put my left foot on the stage it slipped. I felt the world come crashing. There were dignitaries, my company’s leadership, employees and media. Last place to fall you would agree. Right at that moment my hand held the podium and I stabled myself. Some people did notice what had happened but the mighty fall had been saved.

I trip and fall while walking on the plainest of the surfaces. People close to me know this well and there is always a helping hand nearby.

I think it’s time I go visit some astrologer, or maybe add another A or I to my name. Or maybe wear some precious stones. But I really need to find a solution.

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5 Responses to >The fall syndrome. Post 6

  1. ~anu~ says:

    >i remember half the time when i visited you in ranchi, you used to be sitting halfway on the staircase holding your knee or ankle or sometimes even head. God Iya! time now.. put an end to it. do whatever but don't distort your name.

  2. Pixie says:

    >LOL!!I really don't think changing your name might really help! ;)Take care dear!

  3. Iya says:

    >anu – those were the days na?? i wish i cud take work also so easily..@ Pixie – i need a solution dear and i am getting desperate now..

  4. Swaram says:

    >Precious stones 😛 😛

  5. Monika says:

    >oh thats me thats me one of my friend used to say if like in a movie they ever encounter two monika's to find out the correct one u have to check for injuries sigh

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