Yesterday I was unpacking the goods. I opened the box and I saw an unexpected visit. A Ladybug from Poland. I haven’t heart to send her back for so long trip, also I wrote an e-mail to our kind supplier, I am sure she will like to live in our country and released her at the backyard. Have a happy life in the Czech Republic, lil ladybug from Poland 🙂
During our vacation i went to visit my grandma for 2 days and my wifey and Agnes went to a local pond for a little walk.
It doesn’t matter that Agnes normally looks as a Falco. She wanted to be a famous horse. My wife told me she went to the end of the small catwalk and in next second she was in the mud. And immediatelly started to immerse not able to help herself. My wifey had to go on her four to help her back again to the catwalk.
She sent me msg they had a lil problem. Then picure of Agnes with a description: “Do you remember Artax dying in Swamps? That’s what happened.” 😀
Some people may think that dog can be a barrier for you to have a fun in summer! I have heard a silly stories about dogs, which had to stay at home almost all the time when their owner wanted to have some fun. Rubbish. You can always invent, how to have a fun together with your dog! Let me to inspire you with a few summer tips! Continue reading
..are laughing to something in your head and you can’t stop.
I love these moments when my brain dares and my fantasy goes ‘wild’.
Usually it hapens in a weird situation, like when I transport my ass with public and I accidentally blank stare at someone’s shoes and then I start to laugh.
It happens at work, when I should say something really clever or fascinating. Instead of that I remember a story what my boss told me in the morning. And I edit it in my head. I am picturing a husband of my boss in red high heels, going outside in the morning because their dog crunched all his shoes and he had no other choice 😀
Or It happens because I want to. It helps me a lot during a stress. Don’t get frustrated. Always when you are pissed off, imagine a crazy situation. It’s a therapy. Like a Riddikulus spell from Harry Potter.