This was months ago and my dog, Red, was just over two months old.
I was looking for him as I realised it had been quiet so suddenly in the veranda where I let him play. I called him; no Red. I kept on calling him. Over and over. Till I found him here. Called him again but he just wouldn’t budge. I guess someone didn’t want me to find him. Oh well.
When my pet Joe, aka, Negro Bandido (the Black Bandit) was a puppy, he followed me everywhere I go. I think he is more attached to me than my husband because I stayed home more often than he did when we had Joe.
While getting acquainted with being a stay-at-home Sreisaat, I was lucky enough to snag a few consultancy work that didn’t require me to be at the office all the time. So, that meant less time playing with Joe as I had to “work” on some days. No problem. Joe found a quiet and convenient spot to be near me the whole time.
And during rare times he was not there, I knew exactly where to find him – to his second favourite spot.
… under the small side table that I used where I was working on my laptop. This was also his favourite place to play hide and seek with me and my husband, especially when he saw us toting the camera. He was camery-shy and didn’t want to be seen by us. Quietly hiding under this table with only his cute paws on display, he probably thought he was invisible, lol.
I was actually busy blogging in my other blogs. Obviously this blog was neglected and needing a major blog-CPR. I’ll do my best to resuscitate this once again – just as what I did with my photo blog Inside Cambodia. Let me begin by posting a photo of one of my pet dogs, Joe.
This was actually posted to my photo blog. So far, I’m doing okay in terms of my Project 365 after learning how to be organised and systematic from – who else – my husband. No, he didn’t sit down with me and give lectures and assignments. I just learned vicariously. I actually started this project last year but couldn’t cope with posting one photo a day (yeah, tamad talaga ako!). This year though I am determined to be off my butt more often, to be more productive and so I’m making efforts to shake off procrastination and my manana habit to complete whatever project I undertake this year!
So come back often and you will see more of Sreisaat from now on.