tiny tale #80: Messy kitchen diaries

Anna measured out all the ingredients in her vast kitchen. She didn't bother checking the recipe. She was fairly certain she could pull it off. This was not the first time she had baked a chocolate cake.An hour later, the cake was in the oven. Her sink was overflowing with measuring cups, flour sifter, broken … Continue reading tiny tale #80: Messy kitchen diaries

One-liner Wednesdays #27

Thought (noun) An often time-consuming and brain-exhausting "process" which, if absent, tends to screw things up spectacularly and also tends to overcomplicate things if present in excess. This post was written in response to today's One-Liner Wednesday challenge from Linda G. Hill. Please click on the link to know more about the rules of this … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #27

Three Line Tale #24: Crossing the bridge

An ear-splitting crash and a sense of being thrown were all that she experienced in her last moments. When she regained consciousness, she was on a wooden bridge, with a bicycle in her hand, walking towards a city full of skyscrapers whose silhouettes were a bright contrast against the setting glow of the sun. She … Continue reading Three Line Tale #24: Crossing the bridge

One-liner Wednesdays #26

Hunger (noun) The primal feeling that makes you grab and stuff food into your mouth as soon as you can get your hands on the said food, without bothering to click a photo for Instagram. Written in response to today's One-Liner Wednesday challenge from Linda G. Hill. Please click on the link to know more … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #26

Three Line Tale #23: Blessing in disguise

At 5ft., she was the shortest in the gang. Her height, or rather the lack of it made her a frequent object of ridicule among her friends, but she never let the taunts get to her. Unlike her friends, she was never in danger of hitting her head if she didn't duck in time! This … Continue reading Three Line Tale #23: Blessing in disguise