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 170!

Flash Post 170!

So how was your trip to Kovalam?

Wonderful, Button. If only you would accompany us sometimes but you’re so stubborn that you will not come because Mowgli and MoJo can’t travel that far.

I also don’t accompany you’ll because the three of us have a gala time, eating what we want and however much we want, going to bed and waking up when we want…

So what you’re saying is that you three don’t miss us at all. But we miss the three of you every second of the day.

We miss you’ll too but it’s a change for us like its a change for you when you go out of town.

In Kovalam, I used to sit in the balcony every morning, sipping my cup of tea and watch the sea roll and play a music all its own. I also took in some sun during that time. One morning, as I was sitting on one of the deck chairs observing some fisherman fling their fishing nets far out into the sea, I spotted a spider emerge from somewhere and begin circling a black object on the wall. Now you know how mortally scared I am of spiders, especially the tarantula-looking ones. The spider began circling this spot and slowly move closer and closer to it. At first I thought it was just a black spot but as the spider got closer some more, this black thing flew away. It was only then that I realised that the black object was a tiny insect the spider was angling to catch. After having lost out, he wearily moved away. And the dance as it moved closer and closer to the insect was fascinating. Not for a moment did I look away because I wasn’t able to.
It amazes me how you observe these little antics and relate them so beautifully and with so much excitement.

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