Every dog has its day
Today I’ll start the blog with a question because I’m still shocked. What would you do if you are rushing to the work and suddenly the most beautiful little dog appears in the middle of the road just in front of your car?
It happened to me and I can say we don’t have time to think of looking at the mirror. My immediate reaction was to stop the car not considering the speed. I know it isn’t a sensible decision. As a result I almost caused an accident for myself. Luckily there wasn’t another car behind me, the dog stayed alive and I arrived safe at work. Happy end to us. Thank God. Tell me… what would be your own reaction?
Finally we are planning Christmas in my family. Perhaps it’s the heat that is disturbing my snowy picture of Christmas or it might be my sister’s sadness. Maybe her dog won’t survive until 25th December. His name is Mozart and he is very ill.
Despite the bad news, I’m happy to meet my relatives, especially my niece. I’ll end the blog with a picture of Brenda and my sister-in-law, Bianca.
I’d like to say that I’m reading the writings of my blogger mates, students and teachers and thanks, readers for the nice comments. I’d like to comment in every blog but I’m struggling to publish this blog with the bad connection of the countryside. I’ll do my best to reply later though.
I doubt my blogs can meet your expectations but I love communicating with you all.
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