I was on the radio!

I randomly sent in a message about a hair care tip – how to maintain your wavy hair with olive oil that a Vlogger requested. Turns out she was an RJ and she had me up on air! πŸ˜€

Radio one @94.3 FM πŸ˜› I was on it! I might have Woohooed twice! Also, she read out one of my poems out on the radio and it absolutely made my day.

It was a Bangalore station and they haven’t gone online yet, so I couldn’t hear what I said but woohoo, my poem was read out on the radio. πŸ˜›

And Ciao,

Jovi!

P.S Let me know if you want that hair care tip πŸ˜€

Little things that give us pleasure

When was the last time you spammed your best friend with some no nonsensically ridiculous Snoopy dog stickers ?

Now is the time and that is exactly the kind of thing that gives you immense joy.

I know in the past that I have passionately described the sanguine smell of the rain kissing the earth, that warm cup of cocoa, watering your plant babies, smelling the sweet swell smell of vanilla on the old pages of an ancient book or how even sniffing a new book can give you so much pleasure.

But these lockdown days remind me of the very few friends that I have, our crazy antics and the pleasure in company. Laugh, eat, gossip (I’m not one to gossip πŸ˜€ Truth! ) and sharing food. Right at this moment, I’m craving for some wheat bread toast and tomato curry, right out of Ani’s round steel lunchbox, garnished with coriander leaves and fragrant with that rich smell of coconut oil, all sourced from her kitchen garden.

I know the most of you can’t reach out to your own monkeys physically, but if you are craving for some very serious laugh out loud pranks and can’t, do this – spam them! with snoopy dog stickers, stick figure, weird alien or bunny rabbit cacophony equivalent stickers. It may not be the epic prank or crazy antic that you two usually pull, but it’s enough to put a smile on your face and their face, and give you so much joy . πŸ˜›

Ciao,

Jovi!

P.S Let me know what happens πŸ˜›

Be still

All I could think about today was how I neglected blogging caught up in the chaos of life. There is a lot on my plate and I m caught balancing a hundred books on my head. This is to declare that I am and always will be a writer. I will always come back and write about all the funky quirks of life.

Be still and know that I am God. Psalms 46:10.

Weeding out the bad and planting good is not a tedious task. It’s tiresome and beyond difficult. Being Human is hard work.

All of these times, in testy times, I am trying to be still and trust on God. All of those times that I do, He works miracles. All of those times I don’t, I regret. I have realised the beauty of waiting. He does good things in good time. The perfect time.

This is to sticking to that, and love, peace, and joy.