Some pain it is not to be able to celebrate. Now you have a good news
you think you want to share but how tell me how, anu asked?
Go out, eat out, order, have wine…simple, I laugh at her.
But you see she said I don’t want to be like that guy who shut himself in the room and laughed out aloud.
Why would be do that I asked?
Well, he said, he had no one to laugh with.
Look at andrew, I said, who rubbed his rump on my legs and meowed twice.
He wants to share your joys and sorrows too. I added reassuringly.
She sneered at me in contempt.
So, you know what? she started , giggling crazily even before uttering the first sentence.
Get out with it, I said annoyed almost.
So this girl of mine does so well ok.
Ok. so ?
Then I did that ok.
Like did it go so well too.
Ok, Ok. I said
Be happy then, I said , as I walked out to the verandah
Anu followed me with her voice trailing my footsteps
but, you see, only Andrew knows me well
that’s one cool guy, I nodded in agreement
Andrew was chilling on the window sill, taking in the
evening breeze and the sight of the sunset sky.
He did move his tail a bit as if in agreement.
Andrew loves playing hide and seek.
Infact he gets up in the morning with a proper game plan
and meows till he has me hidden.
Clever boy, I said, you are always in the limelight anyways,
Its good for you to hide.
Yeah, said Anu agreeing most unexpectedly
I want to hide, can youhelp?
Then we go to celebrate hiding, coffee mugs in hand,