Happiness chooses grubby motels to live in….

Happiness is a woman who can’t be bothered about having a clean house And will not scold the maid for not sweeping and swabbing properly and Instead sits around in the grubbiest rooms of doom or even dread and just Soaks up the faith still sticking to the walls of waste and the wrath of fate to Fix whatever she can with a bit of glue and a basket of peace to make do till Time decides to turn around and bring back the warmth and the wonder that Was always waiting to return and there is always hope with … Continue reading Happiness chooses grubby motels to live in….

Happiness paints your garden wall with its mysterious servant…

But if we slip into each isolated day by leaving happiness alone to its own concerns it generally arrives at our doorstep even ringing the door bell loud and clear or most often it slips through the windows or even the back door and sometimes just sits on the garden wall making it look so pretty you realise you don’t have to paint it after all. Happiness does the work for you using unexpected servants of its own…. Yesterday we went up to the green house to check on it after a sudden unexpected torrential rain storm had hit the … Continue reading Happiness paints your garden wall with its mysterious servant…

Five reasons for letting a cat adopt you and five reasons for not allowing it…

      Five reasons to have a cat in your life….or NOT! 1. One very good reason to have a cat in your life, or rather for a cat to have you in her life is: she will teach you to bathe twice or even thrice on very hot days, as she washes herself so often and so vigorously that you will copy her! 2. A cat will always tell you the real reason for having a window sill in your home! 3. A cat is the only Magic Voice in the world which says : its perfectly fine … Continue reading Five reasons for letting a cat adopt you and five reasons for not allowing it…

Happiness sometimes is a message: stop watching Too Old to Die Young…

It might kill you with boredom or make you want to murder the maker who had charmed you with his movie Drive. Instead, you can watch Black Spot from France that will delight you and dazzle you with its superior thrills and chills while the ten part dreadful mess of Too Old to Die Young might even drown you in its sewage of stupid gross gruesome pathetic pointless rubbish. A small note from the Window Cat’s Journal.         Continue reading Happiness sometimes is a message: stop watching Too Old to Die Young…

Little Trinkets from the diary of a window cat!

How Little Things become the Big Bowls of Bliss! Here is the Window Cat penning her next page about the happy hours that still manage to sneak out of the large burning mouth of the coronavirus devil! I reminded my family to bake a delicious orange and lemon cake which turned out perfect to spend another day with a sweet slice of cake iced with a chilling episode of Better Call Saul! It was a winning combination! We even paid a small visit to the roses inside our hearts and minds and an army of them inside the laptop where … Continue reading Little Trinkets from the diary of a window cat!

Pieces of Joy from the coronavirus crocodile: in a Window Cat’s Diary!

A Window Cat fills up another page of her diary thanking the Coronavirus for reminding her about the little things that help us to survive!   I am now the window cat who only wants to write her diary. Forget about potting and weeding and watering and all that gardening crap! Here are some tiny pieces of happiness we manage to squeeze out of the dark, dreary, worrisome days imprisoned inside the fangs of the coronavirus crocodile. The coconut cake turned out perfect, made in 7 minutes inside the microwave which has become our best friend. It is too hot … Continue reading Pieces of Joy from the coronavirus crocodile: in a Window Cat’s Diary!

A Window Cat’s Diary of the coronavirus Season!

A Window Cat’s diary about the Coronavirus Season If anyone is reading this diary, I would like to introduce myself. I am a cat-gardener who was fired recently for sitting on top of a beloved fittonia instead of alongside it. But no worries. I became a window cat by slowly edging one plant after another off the window sill so I could make myself a proper space. And since the coronavirus is slithering all over the place, we cats get a lot of pampering so it was quite easy to inch myself slowly in to turn into a window cat.\ … Continue reading A Window Cat’s Diary of the coronavirus Season!