The weather was perfect today - Cherry and I went for a stroll. We passed by a creek and stood there for a while enjoying the music made by the creek. I noticed some trees around the creek. Some were slanted but firmly rooted on the ground. Others were straight and also firmly rooted. No … Continue reading Deeply Rooted
I get to go to work (when work feels like a burden) I get to drive my own car (traffic or otherwise) I get to walk Cherry and witness her joy (when I have to stop what I am doing and walk her) I get to live under a roof supported by four walls (when … Continue reading Have 2 Get
According to Wiki "The collective noun for a group of geese on the ground is a gaggle; when in flight, they are called a skein, a team, or a wedge; when flying close together, they are called a plump." So, I was minding my own business and standing aimlessly under the Oak tree when I heard an unfamiliar sound. Naturally, I looked … Continue reading A plump of geese
My Cherry is adorable. She is a Maltese Terrier mix. There is more Terrier in her, but we'll revisit that later. She loves cuddling with people and no one can resist her charm. I am known as Cherry's mama - I highly doubt if anyone knows my name 🙂 There is one trait in Cherry … Continue reading Normal is not boring
We had allocated a day for shopping in Paris. I know I know ... far too less, but I'll take anything. So, we pulled up directions to Printemps and asked the cabbie to get us there. Due to horrendous rush hour traffic, the cabbie advised us to get off much much earlier and walk to … Continue reading Lost and found
Kiddo was a toddler and scraped her knee while riding her bike. I cleaned the wound and then, being a new and first time mom, I covered the wound with bandage. My mom in law gently told me that the scraped knee was best left un-bandaged so that it could air dry and heal. I … Continue reading L.O Bravo!
A year ago, as I pulled into my driveway around 7 pm, I noticed an ambulance outside my neighbor's house. Upon inquiring I was told that Phyllis (an octogenarian) who lived alone had broken a hip bone. Phyllis was the first to welcome me into the neighborhood. She made time for me and would make … Continue reading Practical wisdom