"It has been ages, since we visited their house" said L. "I really don’t know why we bother. Clearly, they do not like us. Absolutely inhospitable! Have you seen the way that creature reacts, on seeing either of us?" asked l. "Yeah, I agree that C ("and C for creature, mind you!" L teaches l) does seem a little weird, isn’t it? So huge, but still screaming and making a scene like that. And let me tell you something, the C does that only when the good man is around. Poor guy, I tell you. He will be reading his paper or watching the telly. Why can't the C do the same, I wonder. But, NOO, it has to come skipping into the kitchen, humming something weird, put on the light and then get into those fits. He is such a nice man and tells C that life is all about adjustment and coexistence. "Live and let live" he says. As if the C understands such finer aspects of life? He has no other go but to come to act on its instructions.” replied L maliciously. "And have you seen the way that C runs when we visit. Apparently, it is very lazy for walks. I have heard the good man say so but then how come it runs so fast when we are there" L and l laughed together. "You are right, you know. When the C is alone, it hardly comes to the kitchen, locks all the doors, blocks even the gaps and is always sitting in front of a small tv like thingy or the big telly. Probably that is the time to visit, you know. Serve it right for not liking us" said l. ....and that is how the lizards L and its baby l come through my kitchen balcony and upset my solitary existence and that is when I miss my hubby, my " brave hero" the most. Come on, I don’t need to tell you who C is?