I loved studying. I loved making notes in class, making short notes before exams, revising thrice and solving question papers. I enjoyed sticking stick notes full of equations, full of acronyms and formulae on bathroom walls, on door of fridge and door to my room. Morning if I got up with a book on my … Continue reading How much I loved studying!
Light was streaming in through a different angle when I got up. It was an uncomfortable but long sleep. From the direction amber glints got in and occupied space around, I understood I have slept for long late into the afternoon and it might be early evening now. Did the bell for evening chai ring? … Continue reading Stairs and stares
To Thomas Puthoor Paradise ( P.O) From Granddaughter Earth (P.O) Dear Grandpa, How do you feel now, after twenty years of your last chemo? Does it still hurt? Two decades old in Eden. Did you celebrate the re-entry into heaven? The rain is hammering insistently on this little window, grandpa and I am lying here … Continue reading To grandpa with lots of love
Watching James and Alice! A Malayalam movie with a guessable climax and a usual storyline (shaky marriage life)-James and Alice, which I finished watching a minute ago, gave me a piece of heaven now. The first thing I did after watching it was to wipe off my tears and open the laptop to write down … Continue reading Movie time
T calls her earphone Cathy. Cathy like other earphones was not always harbinger of happiness and relief. Why? Because she did not work properly, most of the times. Why? Because she had a damaged motherboard. And what was the cause of this damaged motherboard? Because she was hurled down by T’s friend in a fit … Continue reading Earphones Speaking.
Shh…Thomas Puthoor is breaching a rule- reporting happenings of heaven to an inmate of earth (me). “Anju mole, you will not believe this! After reading your letter, I asked God himself- ‘God are you handsome?’ He smiled. After a few seconds, he went to a corner and started weeping!” Grandpa (Thomas Puthoor) said. “OMG! Grandpa, … Continue reading The STARE system in heaven
“Just mind your business!” Rony, who was busy packing his bag, yelled at his younger sister Theru. That was so predictable. She anticipated it. But this time unlike any other time she didn’t make a face or went off just like that. Instead she sat there next to him and started fumbling with the Rubik’s … Continue reading Browsing Browser History