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Monday, April 03, 2006

The Huskies in my life

Not sure if I was a Huskie in my past life.

Om Ommmm - I have been meditating for the longest time and still haven't got an answer.

My life is / was surrounded by Huskies. Here goes..............

My very 1st friend (he is like my big brother. He comes to protect me if he thinks I am in danger. Many times I got him into trouble while playing with other dogs. I only need to 'cry' and he will dash from far and try to attack the dog I am playing with - thinking I am hurt). We both share the same birtday month and have been celebrating our birthdays together. He loves staying over at my place.


Then came 4 Huskie puppies (of course they are not mine......hehe just in case). I love them. They made me feel like a Big Brother. I even feel I had to protect them from my siblings. They were soooooo cute. I miss them. Out of the 4, I only see one quite regularly. Boy he is 'bigger' than me now. Auntie S love them loads too






Currently, staying with me now is yet another Huskie. My god, this one use to attack me for no reason when I first met him. Mind you, not once but a couple of times. Fate works in funny ways and he is at my house. Well I have been brought up to be forgiving so no worries here. After all he is nursing his health.



The last of the Huskies in my life is really a maltese cross shih tzu. His name is Huskee. Auntie Sh and Uncle M's little boy. I only met him once or twice when they brought him over to play with me. I haven't seen him for a long time now. I dont' know how to contact Auntie Sh (the last time I saw her, was on my discharge from the hospital and I was too zonked out to ask her). So if anyone knows her, let her know I miss Huskee and would love to see him again.



Uncle C told me a movie about Huskies is coming to the cinema soon. I am sure the DVD will find its way to my house. With my luck, I am definitely, positively sure.
I love Siberian Huskies but I don't want to be one of them or I will freeze to death with my little coat of hair

7 comments:

Rafv said...

hehe. I love this photo of ours. We are look like calender boys!

Since this is a last year's birthday invitation photo, shall we ask Antie S to take new one for this year's version?

Good idea, huh, Scupe?

Huskee Boy said...

Hi Scuba, heard from my wife that u r missing me? i still remember you.. u were the lean mean muscle boy that kept barking at me... luckily ur mommy took pity on me and carried me. still don't understand why my daddy and mummy and wifey are all so crazy about you.. frankly speaking, i am jealous. but i like your mommy.. she makes the most delicious goodies and she always gives me a share. maybe we should meet someday... just maybe... heehee

jaffeboy said...

Scoop, like your Huskee friend. Name so fierce but look so cute. My PaPa is all so proud of me. I think he is gloating...

Herbie said...

Next in line... GRs!!

Scuba the Muscle Boy said...

Rafv - OK we will try Herbie's eye power on Auntie ST and see if she can pick up the message. She takes lovely picture. But Rafv, remember we also got to thank Jaffe's papa for producing the invitation.

Huskee - Oh don't get me wrong. My mom will tell you that I bark when I am in a happy mood. Please don't be jealous of me. Yes we should meet. Tell your mummy will you?

Jaffe - You were lovely in the papers.

Herbie - Why am I attracting all the full hair / furly friends? The more the merrier.

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