2009年2月21日土曜日

Life Is Not Fair





Don't you have any experiences that somewhat you become a loser (or feeling left behind from the world) despite possesing better manner or ability than the general public?



Example #1



You're in line waiting for your turn on a public rest room or at a popcorn stand.



However, people with no manners would just keep cutting you off and your turn never comes.









Example # 2



You're a hard worker and pretty good at your duties. The boss also depends heavily on you. Therefore, you are often delegated extra work, which leads to over time with no compensation!



However, your incompetent colleague leaves the office on time and goes to the bar.












Well, I'm not a good photographer, but at least I read the instructional book and try to take better picture.




My husband is not good either but he never, ever studies about a camera nor even tries.





He has many shots with our dogs.












However I have very few.








He has some good shots with our dogs.





However, I have nearly none.







That's not fair.







"I have no good pics with Daisy and Dahlia, but you!" I complained to him.


"OK, OK," he said and took a number of pics without cease.







The good thing is I got lots of photos with the dogs but the bad thing is I still have no good photos with them.








Life is not fair.



rica

2009年2月7日土曜日

Crybaby





My girl, Dahlia, is a crybaby. I sometimes see wet tears right under her eyes.






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While we're waiting for her shot at the vet, her body shakes and she cries for fear.



She also cries when she walks outside on a windy day.















But I have never seen Daisy crying except last month that special day.








On that day, I had a splitting headache. It was not an endurable pain. I know. I'm no longer a little girl. BUT still, it was painful. So I cried like a little girl.

























Then I heard my husband saying, "Why are you crying, Daisy?" and I turned my eyes to her face. Then I saw her staring at me with tears in her eyes and a drop was trickling down from her left eye.














.

Oh, my Daisy...






It's understandable Dahlia cries out of fear or from a windy day. However, I still don't know whether dogs cry too due to their masters' pain.














Crybaby, you must know.






My fav..


rica