"You're the funniest thing she knows. That's why she always draws you in color"
"I do not have the talent of conversing easily with people I have never met before. " And so finally, I 'read' and 'watched'...Pride and Prejudice! Ofcourse, I'm late, but not intentionally. Let me rewind my stance: In grade 7, the class was introduced to Pride and Prejudice, a novel that was severely abridged for … Continue reading Live and Laugh a Little
It was the early Nineties, and it was our first trip to the British Club. No, we were neither members nor British nationals, but gained access through our visit to Mr. William, and his warm and friendly wife, Mrs. Cecil. The lovely couple were given a modest accommodation of a room and a pantry at … Continue reading The Folly of Trusting