In Nehru park as usulal i got up at 5:53 today when we came to the park not many people were there but after sometime of waiting someone finnaly came . he bought 1 tea.
i waited and waited still i did not get any more customers but…………. to cheer up my mood we went for a walk and some tree climbing
i had worn my new T- shirt that my nani had given me for snug monsters
we went home decorated the house to celebrate diwali at home and party buh bye see you next time
i was planing to go to the diwali mela in central park to sell snug monsters but there was lot s of pollution and we didnt want to go but our minds went in a different direction and we went yo the mela not to sell but to have fun we wore masks.
the noise bursted my ear drums i decided to go the swings for 2 mins rest my ears my mom bought me a balloon
On our morning walk, Sabi discovered fallen Shepalika flowers. These fragrant blooms have a white corolla with five to eight lobes and an orange-red center. They grow in clusters of two to seven and open at dusk, only to fade by dawn. We collected a few to adorn our urulis.
We returned to our usual park and set up shop in the parking area near to the coconut vendor. Sabi embraced her title as a “street hawker.”
Sabi hadn’t been there in a while, but within minutes of opening, an old man recognized her: “Hey, you’re the Snug Monster girl! My friend bought bookmarks and tea from you. I’ve been on the lookout. Got any left?”
That day, she saw more visitors than usual, many of whom were eager to buy after their workouts. As a result, all of her Basil Tea Boxes were sold out.
After covering costs, Sabi pocketed around ₹2700.
Despite the change, she handled it all smoothly.
In our home, every ISRO launch is a major event. We huddle around YouTube to watch, and our excitement is palpable. On August 23, 2023, India landed on the moon, and we could see Sabi’s excitement soar. She wanted to create something about ISRO to share her joy.