One Letter per week- T- Thor the tame tiger

Place – tropics

Emotion – thrill

Adjective – theatrical

Verb – tear

My animal – tiger

Thor, the tiger was named after the legendary Thor. But unlike the character whose name he bore, he was a tame and timid Tiger.

Instead of him getting his thrills by tearing around the tropical jungle, scaring other animals, he preferred to watch the drama on screen. The theatrical performance really was his cup of tea. And he loved to watch movies like The lion king or the jungle book where his kind was portrayed in a majestic roles.

He was really happy when he was cast in an animated movie as a benevolent tiger who would help other animals in trouble.


Written for 1 Letter per week- T, hosted by Deb of Nope, not Pam



A letter a week- S- Samual the seal

Place – snow

Emotion – smiling

Adjective – smug

Verb – slide

My animal – seal

Samual, the seal liked to slide in the snow. You would often see him smiling and enjoying his favorite hobby.

Sonny was his brother but wasn’t as friendly as Samual. He hated that his brother was so popular so he planned a prank to sabotage him.

He lured Samual to a place where the snow wasn’t firm and watched smugly expecting Samual to fall into the fresh snow needing help to get out. But Samual was no novice! He expertly navigated the snowy curves and came up a winner.


Written in response to One letter per week- S, hosted by Deb of Nope, not Pam



Rob the rabbit- Letter – R

Place – river

Emotion – relief

Adjective – rumbustious

Verb – run

My animal – Rabbit

Roberta, mama rabbit was desperately looking for Rob, her baby rabbit. He was supposed to be by the riverside playing with his siblings but he must’ve run off chasing some imaginary foe. He was the most mischievous and rumbustious of her progeny.

It was with tremendous relief that she spotted him nibbling grass near the edge of the deep ravine. She gave him a well-deserved scold and scooped him up in a big hug.

You naughty rabbit! Never wander/ hop away alone!”

In response to One letter per week- R, hosted by Deb of Nope, not Pam



A Letter per week- Q- Quarrelsome Quetzal

Place – quagmire

Emotion – quarrelsome

Adjective – quirky

Verb – quieten

My animal – Quetzal

Quincy Jones was a very beautiful but a quarrelsome Quetzal. He thought that because of his beautiful colors and features, other birds were jealous of him.

One day he accidentally fell into a quagmire and started sinking into it. In his panic, he started struggling and the result was that he sank deeper and deeper into the quagmire.

A passing quail saw his struggle and advised him to quieten his struggles. He then threw a branch his way through which the Quetzal was rescued from death by drowning in the muddy quagmire.

Thus the quirky quetzal was saved and he became quite friendly after this near death experience, specially with the quail.

In response to One Letter per week challenge hosted by Deb of Nope, not Pam



A letter a week- P

Place – pond

Emotion – pleasure

Adjective – passé

Verb – posted

My animal – Peacock and Panda

On the edge of a pond, life was peaceful. That is till an angry peacock was riled by the antics of a cute cuddly baby panda.

The panda posted some unflattering shots of the peacock on Facebook and derived a lot of pleasure from all the negative comments people were posting on these photos.

You know that Facebook is just so passé nowadays”, said the peacock spitefully! “If you want people to notice you make an insta account”, he advised all the time posting negative things about pandas in general and baby pandas in particular on his own Facebook account.

The result; no one won this social media battle!


Written for Deb of Nope, not Pam’s A letter a week challenge- P



A letter a week- O- Chubby octopus

Place – ocean

Emotion – overjoyed

Adjective – oblivious

Verb – objected

My animal – Octopus

Otto, the purple octopus was living an oblivious life in the vast blue ocean, when he was rudely jolted out of his existence by the remarks of Olive the osprey that he was becoming obese.

Olive was overjoyed with the effects of his criticism on Otto who became an object of misery, and he then objected strongly to this description of himself proclaiming that octopi are meant to be fat and chubby and he had yet to meet a skinny octopus.

Olive was laughed off his perch on the rocky ledge near the ocean and the octopus went away reassured that he gave back as good as he got.

Written for Deb of Nope, not Pam’s -A letter a week- O



A letter a week- N – Norton the newt

Place – National park

Emotion – naughty

Adjective – narrow

Verb – nap

My animal – Newt

Caroline was so excited to be going to visit the yellow stone national park. The family was going to drive and go around the park in three days. She took her Newt, Norton with her, packing his case carefully with a little hammock so that if he wanted he could take a nap too.

But Norton the Newt was a naughty salamander and was always ready for adventures. He found a narrow opening in the lid of his case/cage and slipped out to explore. Caroline was frantic when she found Norton’s home. It was her father who found him, trying to escape the car into the wild. His case was then firmly secured by duct tape to prevent another daring escape.


Written in response to 1 Letter per week- N, hosted by Deb of Nope, not Pam



Like a monkey – A letter a week- M

Place – Mental health facility

Emotion – mindful

Adjective – maniacal

Verb – manifest

My animal – Monkey

My monkey brain was manically leaping from idea to idea. If this went on longer I may be fit only for a mental health facility.

I stared at the picture of the two monkeys I was coloring and tried to monitor the chaos in my mind by deep breathing and spending some mindful minutes to calm my berserk brain.

At last the condition manifested itself as total brain exhaustion, and I sunk into a deep slumber.


Written in response to A letter a week- M, hosted by Deb of Nope, not Pam.



A letter a week- L

Place – lagoon

Emotion – lethargy

Adjective – lamentable

Verb – launch

My animal – llama

You might have heard the story of a royal Llama, called Kuzco. Due to his lamentable lack of sympathy and proper manners, he was turned into a Llama by an evil advisor, Yzma, who wanted to rule in his stead.

He ended up in a lagoon, lonely and wet, in desperate need of a friend. But his inherent lethargy and lack of empathy stood in his way of making a friend.

Finally he made a friend, Pasha who launched a campaign to restore Kuzco to his human form and to rid the nation of the evil advisor, Yzma.

Catch the whole story in; “Emperor’s new groove” by Disney


Written for Deb of Nope, not Pam challenge- A letter a week

A letter a week- K

This week our letter is- K

Place – Kitchen

Emotion – kawaii

Adjective – kindly

Verb – knock

My animal – koi fish

Kate loved to look at fish swimming in the water. But she didn’t want to keep them in a fish bowl or aquarium. So in the backyard, outside her kitchen, she had a biggish fish pond where she had many Koi fish, swimming around and looking extremely kawaii.

One day there was a knock on her front door, and a group of ten-year-olds was standing there. “Ma’am, can you kindly allow us to look at your fish, please? Kendra, the girl next door told us that they are very beautiful.

Kate was happy to share her beautiful fish with these lovely children.


Written in response to Nope, not Pam aka Deb’s A letter a week- K