- Some of my plants are progressing well, while some died. 😦 I can’t seem to figure out which ones need how much sunlight/water. Also most of them have stunted growth. They don’t seem to grow tall at all! Still trying to figure out things.
Meanwhile two Okras made appearance while all the other veggies seemed to die. Spinach made some progress too and I harvested some Methi as well. 🙂
Among the flowering plants, an occasional rain lily makes appearance. But the rose plant is much more generous. 🙂
The Betel leaf creeper, Aloevera etc are making good progress while the chilly plant is so badly infected that it will die soon. So there’s perfect balance 😛
- Days are too packed and I am so deprived of sleep. 😦 When I actually have some time to sleep, I feel that I should really be doing something, instead of wasting it by sleeping. Like in the cab, when commuting to and fro from office. It’s a good four hours in the day and I can catch up on some sleep. But that’s the only time I get to read my books. So that’s what I do. 😛 I bought a kindle in the Amazon sale a few months back. I had stopped myself from buying it because I really love the look and feel of an actual book. But I got a really good deal on Amazon and I couldn’t resist. So far, I’ve finished about 5 books. 🙂 I started re-reading the Anne series by L. M Montgomery and realized that I love those books as much, even now! 🙂
- This poor little calf got separated from its herd one day and was seen roaming around near our house, crying in plight. No one came looking for it. We felt the owner must have abandoned it since it was a male calf. It kept calling out all day and was also chased around a lot by the street dogs, much to our agony. We fed it and enquired around to see if we could find its owner, but in vain. All night long it slept in front of our gate.
Next morning it picked up courage and ventured out to the main road crying out for its mother. While I could hear it calling out on the main road, much to my dismay I saw a brown cow, it’s mother, calling out from under the very same tree where the calf stood crying the previous day. The cow and calf could hear each other’s call but the calf couldn’t figure out where its mother was calling from. While I was wondering what to do, a laborer from a nearby site went and brought the calf to its mother. It was such an amazing sight to see all nuzzling and the way the calf contentedly drank milk and slept beside its mother. 🙂 Let the pics do the talking.
I am in that mode where I can write only random update posts. 😐