Saturday, September 4, 2010

Feel the Natures Heeling Power - 2

In my previous post, I talked about Nature's Healing Power.  In addition to the flowers, animals, pets give us some power when you and down.  There is a time when we are glad that we kept our pets.  Our girl, Japanese Spitz dog, Xuer came to our home February, 2009.  I introduced her several times in this blog.  She is the one who got us this house.  Her Japanese name is "Yukiko".  She has an English name, as well.  It is "Snowy".  Unfortunately, however, she does not respond to her either English name or Japanese name any more.  So, we need to tell American friends her name is "Xuer".  We are definitely glad to have her.

Let me post the history of her growth here one more time, here.  The picture left is the one taken on the 1st day when she came to our home.
This is the picture taken about 1 year and 3 months ago.  Xuer enjoying her home, which she brought us.  Instead of her attractive appearance, she is shy and growl to the people come near to her.  She is very good at scaring young kids who come close to her off-guard.  Despite all these her behavior, she is friendly to my wife, my wife's mother, and I.  That is another reason we love her.

The last picture is the one taken quite recently.  She looks relaxed and happy with us.  Who said there is no emotion with animals.  She clearly shows her emotion on her face and reaction.

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Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Shaw .. lovely to see the pictures of Snowy now .. thanks for these .. Nature certainly does heal .. especially if we let it ..

All the best and enjoy the long weekend .. Hilary

Shaw said...

Hello Hilary,

Thank you for coming! Thank you for your comment. Yes, nature works for healing if you believe it.

Thanks, again!
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