Was working on one of my post and I added a new label for that post after sometime I realized I don't need that but then it was little tricky so when I found it I created a new post for adding and removing the labels from blogger. Here is the link.
Aged 3 months when photographed. Venus loves to purr and is often referred to as a "Purr Factory". When she is not manufacturing purr, she is busy catnapping. Di Milo (orange tabby) is a rambunctious and smiling kitten who loves to climb.
One day morning when I started my laptop and open the browser I found Pac-Man as google doodle and It was like "wow" and then spent few hours playing that till someone reminded me that I am in office :). It was refreshing. Thank you google.
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