When i saw this at the 711 i realised it summed up my time in KL the past couple days: The course, the trainer and participants were all LEMBAB ( Unenergetic) cos it was the mid week and halfway thru i almost NGANTOK ( fell asleep), so i got IMPATIENT and wrote a very long feedback on how the course could improve and that caused me alot of TENSION because the secretariat of the course saw my long feedback and simply said to me ' Waaa Banyak feedback nye' ( that's alot of feedback you have ) and gave me the evils.
Snickers always sneaks in when I start doing some yoga. My mat is his mat.
It’s one of my favourite feelings when I tap his fluffy belly going into downward facing dog or when he chews on my hair when he sees me start doing a forward fold.
With the occasional kick in the face on the failed attempts in handstands, he’s learned to go around when I start doing a flow...
When I met Snickers he was only 3 months old. He was in a cage with five other shih tzus. He came towards me. I wasn’t planning on getting a puppy. I was there because I was curious with what all the commotion was all about.
But the moment he was set on my palm and he was the exact size of my palm, he rested his head on my chest. I couldn’t give him back.
Twelve years strong. He makes me laugh and gets me out of bed. My dog is the best dog in this world.
Everyone should adopt. Even when they think they don’t know a thing about animals. Having lived in LA, it was a struggle with apartments, traveling wasn’t always easy, and sometimes he just won’t eat the food you give him! You learn as they learn about you. All of it is worth it because having this little guy by my side is like the sun. He’ll always be there, warming up my days.