Our bundle of Joy

I shall stop ranting on how unlucky I am in the month of February. Cannot believe I had another sudden attack of bad gastric again few days back while meeting Alain and Shirley!! *Shakes head*

Last night I had a Red Color Dream. Red color, because I find the dream eerie. I dreamt that every night, there’s a woman crying from somewhere.. seems to come from downstairs, just a level below me. For every night, the woman kept crying and crying, and with the passing days, her cries got louder and louder. One day, I finally couldn’t take it anymore and decided to check it out for myself. I opened the door and saw that the light to my corridor was flickering. Then I pushed open the gates to my house, wore my ugly slippers and I almost went off already when Raymond called me on my mobile phone!! Urgh! So I woke up. =_=”

Well, that phone call might have came just in time to rescue me from a terrible nightmare. So I guess I gotta thank him for it! Phew! Must be the Big Mac meal I had last night for supper. Maybe tonight I’ll try eating candies, since I heard on class 95fm that sweet smelling things can possibly lead to sweet dreams. Hehehe.

1 interesting shot from Raymond’s collection! The bride was tidying up for the groom. So sweet. 🙂

Speaking of sweet, let me share something that our doggie has brought to our lives.

Everyday when we return home, our doggie never fail to give us pleasant surprises! See, so artistically done. We simply enjoy the opportunity to bond with each other when we clean up the mess together.  (like real)

Animals have their own way of expressing gratitude and thankfulness, and this was how our doggie expressed his! That’s actually his form of “reward” for us for leaving him alone at home the whole day. We love it when he innocently flap his ears down pointing backwards and quietly sit at a corner while he watches how we truly appreciate his creation by keeping them in the plastic bags. That’s how we ended up with missing socks and shoes.

Then we’ll always “educate” him not to give us so many heart attacks! Raymond said we need to be firm like this! I think I had the 3M velcro on. Hehehe.

Other days, he’s much more sweeter, especially when we have the time to accompany him.

Or when we bring him to the Vet for jabs and check up.

And when he sleeps, he’s truly an Angel. So poor thing, got no bolster to hug. Ah, that’s also how our pen/erasers went missing!! =_=”

Having a pet is a good thing, but it is also a responsibility. You have a duty to spend time with them, care for them, respect them and treat them like any human beings. Not sell them away, give them away, or leave them to die in drains or industrial area when they are old or sickly or dying. Think of the happy times you’ve spent together. How they stick by you and watch you cry when you’re upset, because that’s their best way of providing comfort since they cannot speak. Aiyah, think of this I want to cry already. Better start on my pictures now! Byebye!

Lots of ♥,

– Angeline

by Raymond Phang Photography

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DogMa - Saturday, February 28, 2009 - 3:11 am

As dog lovers the best thing we can do is to be an advocate. The more people we talk to about their needs and proper care, the better. People will always be influenced by the “perfect” dogs they see in movies or with celebrities… but by educating the people we come into contact with, hopefully some of those who might be inclined to follow a pet trend will think twice before doing so. 🙂

Raymond & Angeline - Saturday, February 28, 2009 - 2:57 am

Hi Dear,

Thanks! I can see you’re a dog lover too! I just hope people don’t get pets on impulse after watching movies like Marley & Me, Bolt, or Beverly Hills Chihuahua only to abandon them after getting sick of them. =\

Anyway, take care, and seeya around! Cheers! 🙂

DogMa - Friday, February 27, 2009 - 12:10 pm

Love all the photographs… and completely understand about the “gifts” our precious dogs can give to us.

Your wee Chihuahua is adorable. So sweet. 😀

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