Echo and Pathu like long walks. I do like long walks with them. Usually, it isn’t easy in Bangalore with lots of traffic. But here in Thrissur, they go for long walks on pretty roads.
We celebrate September 5th as teachers’ day in India. It used to be significant when Amma was alive and working. She used to get a lot of gifts from her students, flowers (especially roses), Cadburys five star, peacock feathers, Coffee Byte toffee, etc. She used to say government primary school kids are the best. Personally, teaching has been a fantastic experience for me. It has made me more empathetic.
Anju has been arranging flowers for the last ten days. They are gorgeous. It took lots of time and effort to collect the flowers every morning and arrange them as Pookalam. Today is Onam and the last day. Here is the virtual gallery of all of them.
We reached Thrissur on Sunday. For the next few weeks, we plan to work from here. It’s also Onam time of the year. The weather has been great until now. Let’s hope it remains the same.
It’s been a good week until now. I got most things done in general. Echo has been down a bit; otherwise, we are doing okay.
It’s different here. They have spent a lot of time (relatively) outside and on walks. Pathu loves running around the house and catching insects etc. Echo likes to watch people, walk around the house, chase random birds or make puppy faces.