Toya The Mouse

It was pretty crowded and the aroma of delicious food stimulated his entire olfactory system. He wasn’t sure whether that café served Mexican food, nonetheless, he couldn’t resist and made his mind to get food from their only. .. entered into what appeared like heaven to him. Continue reading Toya The Mouse

Friendship

“Who told you to “drag” it? You can always put a “Full-Stop”, if you don’t feel it is going anywhere.” She grabbed a towel and continued, “you are either “in” or “out”, be 100% a part of it or part your ways; and now please don’t give me that crap that he’s my childhood friend and all that non-sense. I know that you guys are friends since you were in 3rd standard; however, what I also know is that you both have grown apart and both of you should also accept the fact.” Continue reading Friendship

The Other Side of the Coin

One interesting realisation is about the “choice of vegetables” for meals which I used to be quite vocal in complaining about. Now since I am the one who usually goes out for vegetables and interestingly, I also end up buying similar sort of veggies, I no more have the luxury to express my displeasure. I initially thought the idea of only me going out for these errands had a larger and noble objective to minimise number of people going out, however, after a while I realised the hidden agenda and now, I can very well relate with the analogy of teachers appointing the most disturbing student as the monitor. Continue reading The Other Side of the Coin