Remarkably well expressed Usha!
Padmaja, I love your comments. Thanks a lot.
I loved the first...My thoughts on Salt prompt is similar too!
Thank you Satya. We tend to think alike.
Love both interpretations. Marie
THank you Marie . I am glad you liked them.
Ushaji, the first one is very sweet.
Thank you Kalpana. The mirror cannot deceive us.
This salt is so sweet, Usha M'am :)
Thanks Sreeja,for such a salt free sweet comment.
Both are very nice - I see we agree on the salt and pepper!
Thanks oneofaclass. Yes we are on the same track.
Thank you Mr. Pathan.
Salt makes life sweet? I'll have to meditate on that!Salt Cedar Blossoms
Yes dear, if you do not take salt for two days ,how will you feel?
the first one is so sweet....revealing the beauty of wisdom :)
Thank you Sumana.Glad you liked it.
nicely done; have a nice Thursdaymuch love...
Thank you Gillena. Luv
Usha a brilliant take on the prompt today and Bravo!! applause!! applause!! I'm off to question the mirror now!! ;)
Thanks Nanka for such wonderful comments.You made my day.
Reminded me of a story I read as a child about a princess who told her father that she loves him as much as salt . He gets angry but later at another juncture is forced to plead for somesalt when he is offered nothing but sweet things. It's the wedding of his estranged daughter who says ' now do u know why I said salt ' :)
Yes Jaishree, I had that story in my mind when I wrote this.