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Many of my friends asked me if I want to have a pet. I said no. The reason why is because, my husband and I are not ready to have a pet in the house. We are busy with a lot of things – work, baby, home management, and others. Besides, we have different pet preference anyway. I like cats. My husband likes dogs. So it would be a difficult decision if ever.
I never liked dogs. It is because I had witnessed my father was bitten by a dog while passing by a neighbor’s house. That was traumatic! Puppies are worst biter. This is why I never liked them. Some of my friends have dogs and puppies. Whenever I am visiting, I just sit still and pet them a little.
Then five days ago a friend shared a link of her puppy’s photo on the Internet. She entered her puppy in Puppies vs. Babies online contest. She wanted me to vote for her pet. Well, I did. The top winning baby or puppy will receive $5,000. What a price! But if I would join this contest, I will enter my little girl’s photo because I like babies. Puppies are cute but babies are more lovable and smarter. My baby is a happy girl and I love her smiles, giggles, and laughs.
And so let me ask, what would you vote for? Go to Puppies vs. Babies and vote now. Please let me know who/what is your pick. I would, gladly, like to know.
You know, every where we go, we come across unique things and events. Some of them are special, others are not even interesting. How about you encounter an event where you have to participate? If you are a traveler, like for example, touring a city where there is a festival going on? Would you participate in the parade or street dancing? That would be fun, isn’t it? See, every place is unique in a way how the people celebrate traditional events. That is what makes it worth visiting. The more we study about the destination, the more anxious we get to be there.
We experience the same thing online. We encounter unique and special subjects. And most of them are interesting because of the fact that we always search for the right conclusion or answer to our queries. From simple surfing to social networking, our mind explores and travels around the cyber world. And we participate in sharing our knowledge and opinion to help other users as they search for answers thru the Internet.
Students at Ridgefield Park High School in New Jersey got taken on a school bus ride they did not expect. They thought they were headed to school, but instead they were on their way to Six Flags Great Adventure park. Even though the amusement park destination might have been more attractive, the students knew they should be in class but could not convince the school bus driver of that. “It was a simple misunderstanding,” says superintendent John Richardson. the students were delivered safely to school after the bus driver was officially told he was transporting the wrong group of students.
Just sharing from: Coffee News Wylie Edition August 29, 2011.