12-10-2021 Today it has been pouring since 3.30. Usually, the monsoon season ends by last week of September. The Navaratri festival is going on and at this time we get some light showers but not like this! We learnt this was due to depression in the Bay of Bengal. Actually, it has been raining in… Continue reading Everyday Moments- (#SOL-2021)
A few evenings ago we saw this beautiful moth resting on a leaf in our garden. We were seeing it for the first time. It was beautiful. We thought it was a butterfly. We looked in Google 😊 and learnt that it was a moth. It was there for a long time, almost still with… Continue reading Atlas Moth
5-10-2021 The rains are reluctant to leave us 😊. It was raining for more than half an hour today evening. We did not go for our walk. A few nights ago, I woke up in the middle of the night to hear the sound of steady downpour. It was as if someone had opened the… Continue reading Everyday Moments (#SOL-2021)
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “inspire/aspire/expire.” Use them in any form you like. Use one, use two or use them all if you want. If you use two, you get bonus points! If you use all three, Cheryl will put your next drink on David’s tab. Enjoy! We meet some people… Continue reading #SoCS October 1, 2021
28-09-2021 It has been raining since yesterday, as if the rainy season has started again. Yesterday evening we had been to Endpoint for a walk. It was cloudy but we walked on. The moment we reached home it started pouring and it rained for more than an hour. Udaya had come to clean our garden… Continue reading Everyday Moments – (#SOL-2021)
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “near/far.” Use “near,” use “far,” use them both if you’d like. In fact, if you start your post with one and end with the other, you get bonus points! Enjoy! From the far horizonDark clouds approachedGathering togetherTo give forth rain. Dark clouds approachedBearing moistureTo give forth rainDrenching… Continue reading #SoCS Sept. 25, 2021
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A SERIES OF PHOTOS THAT SHOW THE SAME SCENE WITH DIFFERENT FOCAL POINTS.
21-09-2021 We read in the newspaper that the Southwest monsoon season for this year is officially over. We were thinking the same because we have been having sunny day for nearly a week. Yesterday night it must have rained a little because the ground was wet outside. Today night too there was heavy rain for… Continue reading Everyday Moments (#SOL-2021)
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “puzzle.” Use it any way you’d like! A WhatsApp forward amused me and at the same time it irritated me. The post was all about the good old days when life was simple and everything was just too good for words. It stated children growing in metros… Continue reading #SoCS Sept. 18, 2021
Gathering flowersAction filled with emotionBouquet from the heart.Wild flowers or green house onesThey reveal our inner selves. The tanka is a thirty-one-syllable poem, traditionally written in a single unbroken line. A form of waka, Japanese song or verse, tanka translates as “short song,” and is better known in its five-line, 5/7/5/7/7 syllable count form.