Tuesday, August 12, 2014

war and dog

Being a dog during war time must be very tiring.
You watch your owner that her ears are not so big
and not big enough like yours. Being a dog you can here the sirens
from the near by villages even if there no siren in your village , and then you watch 
your owner to see if she is going to run outside where ever she is running day and nights.
Being a dog you sleep now in the corridor , thing you never did before , but before she ran to
the bomb shelter she used to stand in that small corridor when the sirens were going on and on.So 
now you sleep there at nights, just in case.




12 comments:

  1. It is nice to think from a different perspective.

    And nice to have a sweet dog like yours.

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    1. Both of them my son brought home years ago. now he is a away and the dog is here.

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  2. Adorable face.. They all do don't they?

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  3. Dogs must surely have an idea of what is truly going on and your little story tells their worries just so. I like the idea that dog has its own pillow:)

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    1. She likes the one with the flwoers:)

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  4. How many dogs do you have? There seems to be another asleep on the floor . What are they called and how old, and what breed? So many questions…sorry!

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  5. We had 2. The second dog was 17 and died few weeks ago.his name was Spike and the other is Wasay. she is French bulldog with something else i don't know exactly.You are ok Frances:)

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  6. Oh that's so sad he lost her companion. Dogs and cats I understand, its people I have trouble with some times.

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  7. I was thinking about it too.

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  8. Our dogs occasionally suddenly bark in the night; I always wonder what they've heard. Outside your window it looks very green and lush; I'd always imagined Israel to be more arid.

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  9. Israel is green and lush. Some parts are yellow and dry mostly southern parts.

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