Tuesday, October 3, 2006

Three's A Crowd

How Can I Tell Her
(Lobo)

She knows when I'm lonesome, she cries when I'm sad.
She's up in the good times, she's down in the bad.
And whenever I'm discouraged, she knows just what to do.
But girl, she doesn't know about you.

I can tell her troubles, she makes them all seem right.
I can make up excuses, not to hold her at night.
We can talk of tomorrow, I'll tell her things I want to do.
But girl, how can I tell her about you?

How can I tell her about you?
Girl, please tell me what to do.
Everything seems right, whenever I'm with you.
So girl, won't you tell me, how to tell her about you.

How can I tell her I don't miss her, whenever I'm away?
How can I say it's you I think of, every single night and day?
And when is it easy, telling someone we're through?
Ah girl, help me tell her about you.

How can I tell her about you?
Girl, please tell me what to do.
Everything seems right, whenever I'm with you.
So girl, won't you tell me, how to tell her about you.

Currently listening to some oldies compilation, Beatles is on now - "Come Together".
I know...I know..my music selection is odd but who cares?

Am going through my wedding plans while communicating to my wedding planner via cyberspace, replying emails AND blogging.
My only distraction is the latest addition to the family. Poor Africa. She still is an outcast. I feel almost sorry for her as she struggles to win Brazil and China's heart.

I guess 3 is a crowd afterall. The 2 pups were fine till I brought Africa home. Brazil is being particularly meaner. It must be the middle-child syndrom..sigh...

Ryan said that dogs see black as white and white as black. They probably see my raven coloured baby as a scary, white ghost! China jumps in fright everytime Africa goes near her.
Brazil just growls in dislike.

As I watch Africa playing alone under the table (she is chasing her own tail) I feel disheartened. Perhaps I should just return her.

How can I tell her?

Sometimes, we let go even though we don't want to cause its the best solution. You just don't want to hurt the one you love.
Giving myself a week to decide.

1 comment:

  1. one for the road,i don't think there is any form of racism here.africa is just too small in size.i'm not a dog expert,never had one,but from my limited experience reading National Geographic journals bullying is a common practise in animal kingdom[even amongst human]u will just have to beef up his size,and create a level playing field

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