Sunday, January 16, 2011

Our Licks to Rosie!!!

After Mom had posted her longest post in her world, I think all my blogger friends will hope she won't touch the keyboard again. Mom, please don't come here too often, you give my friends headache!!!

My sister Rosie, the one you know even better by now, just finished her mock exams last Friday. I had wanted to send her my good luck charms but I didn't have a chance to do so. Blame my mom again!!!

As you all know, if we go to OB classes or whatsoever classes, we will have exams and trials as humans and in the end, they will tell us how well we do it, right? It is the same as my sister Rosie. She is going to get her results one by one from tomorrow onwards. I know she isn't worried about it at all but I think I'd better cross my paws for her.

More well wishes are on the way to Rosie because she is going to have loads of concerts from this week onwards until... well, she doesn't even know when the last one will be. They are just lining up in her diary until her summer break, I guess.

Uncle Mika said he would send her all his licks!!!

What a good idea, I am sending her my licks too...

While she is studying and practising hard at school,
I will play hard at home too...
So we are equally hard-working.

Good luck!!!


Sara said...

Fingers & toes crossed for Rosie! I'm sure she will do well.

Being busy with concerts will make the time until summer break fly by!

Eva, you let your mom type anytime she needs to. We are all here to support your family no matter the situation.

Lola and also Franklin, too said...

We will be sending good vibes to Rosie, but it doesn't sound like she'll really need them. We just read the long post, because we weren't online to catch up with everyone in a timely way. We thought it was very compelling and wish we had some useful advice to give.

katie said...

Priscilla this is a lovely post! I lovely way to let the pups bring some light into a stressful situation.

I get so stressed out about the dogs, I can't imagine what it would be like to have kids to worry about. But I bet you are so proud of Rosie!

Eva is getting beautiful! Everyone is growing up and growing up so well!:))

Sugar the Golden Retriever said...

Woof! Woof! Sending lot of Golden Luck to Rosie ... for sure, she'll do well. As always, you are adorable Eva. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Ricky the Sheltie said...

Eva please tell Rosie that I am sending her lots of good luck licks too!! And I am really good at licking - LOL!

Aksharaa said...

Dear Priscilla,
I just read your post about Rosie.
I would like to speak from a few of my own experiences in this matter.
I had stayed at the hostel for a total of 14 years for my education.
But I left home when I was 16, much later than Rosie.
It isn't easy at all to leave home. But the stay away definitely makes one a stronger person. I feel I am much more independent today than even my brother who was always at home throughout his study period.
Rosie left home very early, so it must be all the more difficult for her. Besides, she probably is much closure to you than I am with my mom. She is still very very young and at that age when you go through the maximum insecurities.
Social pressures, boys, peers, studies, missing home...everything just adds up.
It is definitely difficult, but you learn a lot when u fight your own battles, however small it maybe.
The fact that she has your love and trust will make her strong enough to do it even if she is far away.
Just let her be and follow her dreams.
She has already put in so much time in her music lessons, I think she should complete this course.
She may or may not pursue it later on, but she will always have a solid background she can fall back upon.
At the same time, she can pursue something she is passionate about, maybe a course in animal studies, -training, physiotherapy,animal photography, journalism,anything that will help her take up a profession related to dogs/animals (because u say she is very passionate about it)
This can help her make herself financially secure to start a kennel if she wants to, later on in life.Even if she doesn't open one, she can keep on working for animals.
A kennel can be started at any point of time, you just need to have a good solid preparation for it, because it is a HUGE responsibility.

Don't worry about the anti-social is just a passing phase. She is just forming her personality. If she is out going, she will naturally make heaps of friends . If she turns out to be a reserved person later on in life, she will have fewer friends. It doesn't matter I think, either way.
She can't go wrong. She has You to love her and evidently care for her so much.
I am sure all will be well.
BEST of Luck.
GIN, BUD n SHADOW's Mummy, Geetu

♥I am Holly♥ said...

Eva, we send lots of great vibes to Rosie. We are sure she will do fine! The pictures of you are so beautiful! Lots of love, Holly and mom

Kathy said...

now how could those exams go anyway but fantastically when we are talking about Rosie and with such a fantastic cheerleader!

Anonymous said...

All our best wishes and good luck to you and Rosie!!

Paige & Simba

Amy / Layla the Malamute said...

Fingers and paws crossed for Rosie!

Your mom didn't give us a headache at all!

I hope Rosie did well on her exams, but I'm sure she did. I still get anxious before exams - I can't wait to finish college already, but still so many years to go!

Remington said...

Best wishes to Rosie! She will do great!

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...


We have our paws, tails...EVERYTHING CROSSED!

Eva and Mika...GREAT JOB! You are sending Rosie the BEST luck EVER!!!

Oh and tell your Mom she could NEVER give us a headache...we love her too much for that!

hero said...

All the best to Rosie and hope she would have a great time her upcoming concerts. I'm sending her all my licks too :)

Licks, hero

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

All of WOO are in our thoughts!!!


Pepsi Bum said...

We're keeping Rosie in our thoughts too! Good luck!!


Lorenza said...

I am sure Rosie will do it great!
Good luck!
Kisses and hugs

PS Your pictures are pawesome!

jen said...

Good luck Rosie! We wish you the best:)

verobirdie said...

I'm sure Rosie does not need the best luck wishes: she is talented on her own and will do very well! :-)
Anyway, I send her all my positive thoughts because UK at this time of year may be a bit grey...

RYKER said...

I response to the last two posts I must say "Follow your dreams". It sounds like Rosie's true love is animals. If that is true then It might be time for her to move on. One might be extremely talented in a particular area but if it doesn't make you happy what is the point? Money? Better think again.

I see know reason why wanting to be with your family is a negative. I am now caring for my 90 year old mother who lovingly cared for me. Family is so important, embrace it!
You did say pour it out!
Best wishes,

Maggie and Mitch said...

Our paws are crossed for Rosie! We know she'll do just fine!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

The Sprollies 'n' Border Collies said...

I hope you did Ok in your mocks Rosie! I'm currently "enjoying" mock exams too - I hope I do Ok too!

Diana said...

Keeping our fingers crossed!

Patti and DeBoys said...

Eva we are sending our licks to Rosie as well...lots and lots of puppy kisses have got to do the trick. Good Luck Rosie!

Our mom's thoughts -- Priscilla, as a mom to a mom, the experience that Rosie and you have received to date are PRICELESS! Have no regrets and don't make any harsh changes fast; take the time for the family to really evaluate the situation and follow your hearts.
Throughout the time we have been following your life, it has always been clear as day, that your love and desire is your most beautiful daughter, Rosie. I personally commend you for being the mom you are; LOVING, CARING and UN-SELFISH! So, I send you a Big Mom Hug and wish you luck. Your friend -- Patti

Little Miss Jada Kiss said...

Wishing both you and Rosie lots of luck with all your exams :) xoxo, Jada

The Thuglets said...

Eva we have everything here crossed for Rosie and her exams!

What absolutely fabulous photos.

Big Nose Pokes
The Thugletsx

Nat said...

Good luck Rosie! I'm sure she'll do well!

Love the photos :)

Anonymous said...

With such a great family like yours supporting her and wishing her will, Rosie can't help but succeed! Lots of luck to her and to you. You both have grown up so much.

MadameMoiselle said...

Rosie will be the best pianist in the world.. specially cuz i know she will be playing for all the doggies and kitties and every animal in the whole wide world !

Play hard?? That's the hardest job in the world Eva !! Keep up the hard work sweetie!


Sagira said...

Best of luck Rosie...lots of licks coming from my house as well. :)

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