I would like to confess that Renu was the first Y of my life. I still love her. But every time I think of Renu, her hubby's huge frame also comes into the picture.On such occasions I would immediately stop thinking about her. Sometimes I wish that I had a girlfriend; but I have to admit that I am indeed happy to be Single. Quite recently, I read an article about Alfie - The thirteen year old Dad[link]. Now a days Alfie's face appears in my dream and he gives me a great complex for being single.

In February 2009, I moved in with a very Hot girl, Keshi . It was a perfect setting because I became her flatmate in the romantic month of February. Temperatures always soared high in the flat because of the two Hot souls inside the room. If you want to know what happened between me and Keshi, please check this article in Keshi's page[link].

Recently, I met her again. We went to a quiet place to have dinner. After dinner, she came close to me and whispered in my ears," Chriz!, I want you to sing the song-Somewhere over the rainbow for me". She even touched my ears with her little finger and rubbed my left cheek (face) gently. Before we parted she said," If you don't sing the song, I would cry". I was moved.She also said,"Chriz! Next time, please do not wear this same 4-inch ladies heels. I know you wouldn't get such high-heel men footwear". I came home and started listening to "Somewhere over the rainbow". The song was originally written and sung by, the late Israel Kamakawiwo'ole. It is a very meaningful song. The man in the picture below is Israel. He died because of Severe Obesity. But he has left this wonderful song for us.

I first saw 6 year old Connie Talbot singing this song in Britain's Got Talent show. I admired that little beauty. When I tried playing my guitar and sing this song, I realised that this song is not as easy as it sounds. With extreme pitch variations, this song is surely a challenge for singers. Here I present to all my readers, the first two lines of this soul touching song. Do watch this video and tell me whether it touched you.

Check the original version sung by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole. His rendition is a million times better than mine. No wonder he lives in the hearts of millions of people.

-Chronicwriter