They were alone! Anne caught hold of Sue and motioned her to silence.
Knuckles rapped the door. “Anyone home?”
“Open the door Mommy.”
Anne hesitated. Could she – should she risk it?
“We are lost, hungry and cold. Help us, please?”
Anne stilled. They were more than one.
“Don’t be mean Mommy.” Sue shook her. “They will die in the snowstorm.”
But what if…
What do you think Anne should do?
A word about the Story Club – since there arent too many takers (as yet) this will be a monthly event (for now) and the next one is scheduled for the 15th of July – The Open Boat hosted by YP. Anyone else willing to host a Story Club – do let me know the story and the date. Anyone game for 1st August? SMR?
And if you have time, how about a quick trip to Mumbai? 😀 Click here
Hello everyone! I am back again with some photos of clouds – remember On Top of the World? Yes well in my defense, this in response to the Daily Post’s prompt Clouds. And these are fresh clouds – not just any fresh clouds but the monsoon clouds – on which almost everything in India is dependent on. About 75% of India’s annual rainfall occurs during the monsoons – between June and September. Oops does that sound too much like a geography class? Anyhow, Delhi is usually the last to get the rains and we often ‘hear’ about the rain lashing this city or that much before we actually get to experience it. But for me the real wonder is to experience contrasts in a matter of hours.
Last weekend we took a trip to Mumbai which is heavily monsooned at the moment and… Hey! How about joining me on a quick trip from Delhi to Mumbai 🙂 Seated? Belted? Off we go!
Rain lashed Mumbai – don’t miss the heavily overcast sky
So how did you like the trip? Do let me know 🙂 And for those of you who like pics and missed it – there are two more that I posted yesterday – Oddball and Walk