Dear Readers, you may notice the dates of the Blog do not match the Flash Post dates which are in real time. The blog was written in 2009 and saw the light of day 6 months back when my younger daughter discovered it and decided to bring it to you here.
Flash Post 120!

Flash Post 120!

“Have those two lovey-dovey crows built a nest in the garden?”

“They have, Button, and they have built it from scratch, twig by twig, and look at the piece of art they have produced!”

“But the two are so much in love. They have painstakingly built that nest over 4-5 days. I just saw both snuggling inside, wriggling around to make place so they can both be more comfortable. Do you think the female crow is pregnant?”

“Could be. Or they could be making a nest just to retire for the night.”

“What I don’t understand is why they have built that nest bang opposite your bedroom door leading onto the terrace precariously balancing it on the single wooden frame of the garden fence! Don’t they usually build nests in secluded places, away from the prying eyes of, especially, humans? I mean, anybody else in your place, would have broken it down.”

“But both Dost and I have been fascinated with their spirit. Their patience to fly back and forth hundreds of times with something in their mouth which they can add to their nest to make it as comfortable as they can. Have you noticed that it’s the male crow who gets the provisions and the female who nicely does the stacking and the tidying? And their unity is a lesson worth emulating. Both are now enjoying the fruit of their creation by sitting inside the nest and scratching each other all over.”

“What did you learn from seeing the crows put up their nest?”

“That united we stand and divided we fall. And you!”

“That if we focus on something and perform that task to the best of our abilities, we are sure to come up trumps.”

“Well said, Button. You’ve come a long way.”

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