How the coronavirus treated Goldilocks & Meryl Streep to lunch!

How the coronavirus treated Goldilocks or Meryl Streep to lunch When the coronavirus finally infested our very own corner of the world, which is a large, noisy, crammed slum in our City, it darkened the lives of every person there. But it also hit the animals badly, the stray cats and dogs, which faced the lockdown with hunger adding to their lives. This is the story of Goldilocks, a stray cat, with golden fur whom I met one night long ago, when I was in a state of despair and pain. I had been locked up in a personal prison … Continue reading How the coronavirus treated Goldilocks & Meryl Streep to lunch!

Cat-gardening Chronicles: It is either the ferns or The Handmaid’s Tale on Amazon!

Cat-gardening chronicles: its either brand new ferns or The Handmaid’s Tale! Choose your gifts from: Happiness that sneaks in through the noose of the coronavirus threat!   Dark clouds hover over the locked up days that the coronavirus brought to the world with its deathly powers. And isolation, dread, deaths and derailments came in its wake. But somehow happiness seeped through its gruesome curtains like an angel eager to play! So up in the green house where cat gardeners were busy locating plants that needed to be watered, or alas buried in some cases, and still not being paid with … Continue reading Cat-gardening Chronicles: It is either the ferns or The Handmaid’s Tale on Amazon!

I am the coronavirus BOOKWORM!

I am the Coronavirus Bookworm who went all the way to meet Edith Wharton! Most people are letting Netflix warm up their hearts as they stay home isolated to keep the coronavirus away but I turned into a book worm! I fell into that small mountain of books I had bought so long ago and started to dig in. Books as we all know has this sly mysterious power that pulls us in and does not let go, even when you were in the middle of cleaning up, or had left the potatoes to roast in the oven! Netflix had … Continue reading I am the coronavirus BOOKWORM!

Cat-gardening with the coronavirus & the Wandering Jew

I am the cat-gardener who is still slogging away in the green house as I haven’t been fired yet. I try to take my naps between watering and planting and sewing and checking out the ivies, the ferns, the money plants and the cacti. Today we went up early to water the plants and a tiny orange and brown butterfly visited us and I was told to behave myself and not make it my breakfast. I was too sleepy anyway and had a nap while the little visitor went around the entire green house inspecting the plants. Two dying ferns … Continue reading Cat-gardening with the coronavirus & the Wandering Jew