Play Piano by Ear is fun, easy but challenging, and interesting. Its one of my passions... second to cats.
Salam ydiana,Lol! When I saw the title of your entry, I was kind of puzzle; were you having difficulty breathing? Because if you were, I must warn you that I am an unqualified CPR administrator. But hey, everyone has to start off somewhere, don't they? (mengusik ye).Nice song, though. ps. any word from Minty?
Hey you..thanks for stopping by. I'm paying you a visit. Nice song kan? I know it's been difficult for you now. I hope you be strong beb ..
Hello Ydiana, regret to read of Minty. And your very narrow escape accident with the truck. Gosh, you were lucky.A relative of mine only wekk before lost control of his car, went to a ravine, his wife died instantly, she has been buried. But last heard he still in a coma, doesn't know his wife has died. Really sad.You know cats are know to return to their owners after awhile.Cats never get lost, nor dogs too....they may stray look for girlfriends, but always return...I'm sure one of these days, Minty will be scratching your door wanting to come in....have hope Ydiana, you keep well, Lee.
Salam ShahYes, very catchy song. And now I also know where to get an 'unqualified' CPR administrator when I need one. heheheI went to the vet yesterday coz they have a cat for me, but it turned out to be a male. No gender discrimination here (unlike someone..), but if I were to bring home another male cat, Oreo, who is now roaming free like a 'king' is likely to bully this sweet little kitten. I will have the same problem all over again. So, they will find me another blue female. Minty, still no news... I haven't given up hope.
Hi Amy!Thanks for visiting too! Yeah, I'm getting along fine. Life has to go on. You take care!
Hi Mr Lee!Yes, I thank God for the narrow escape. Makes you realise how valuable life is and to do more good deeds everyday.So sorry to hear about your relatives. Hope the husband will recuperate soon. Would be tricky how to inform him then, too.I won't be too worried if Minty wanders off from home as he knows how to come back. But from the vet..? Nevertheless, I still hope and pray that he would miraculously find his way home. Thanks for your kind words.
Ydiana,Sorry to hear about Minty and hope he is fine somewhere. Minty is a beautiful cat and I am sure whoever get him will luv him as much as you do.I am happy that you are safe despite the near miss. It’s kind of difficult on the road now, while we are careful the others seem to couldn't care less. Like your song, it’s a strong hollow feeling calling back the good times. Take care YD.
Hi Dato'Thanks for the wishes. I just hope that Minty is 'willing' to be adopted. He can be scared of strangers sometimes. That's why I'm quite worried about him getting food and shelter. But I supposed he should be ok.Yeah, alhamdulillah I was not affected. I dare not say, but among the splaterred glass on my windscreen, I thought there were blood. I can't imagine the lorry driver. But then again, it could just be raindrops.Wow..! That 'strong hollow feeling', what an interesting description.
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