Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Hui'Qing Wu, The One Who Gives Red String To Ji and Jiahong Is Amazingly Awesome!






Hui'Qing Wu is Jiahong Wu's relative or uncle,
Whose name appears as cousin brother to Ji's father-in-Law Shu'Qing Wu, 
Furthermore,  one of Ji's aunt Yanzi Peng married to Hui'Qing Wu,
Another relative of Ji called Ping"Zi Peng married to Kong, 
Which related to jiahong's mother's family  by name...
Ji wishes to say thank you to Hui'Qing Wu and the whole family,
He was the one who wrote a letter to Ji 
and told Ji about Jiahong's mail address at Peking  University,
Which enabled Ji  to wrote to Jiahong, and then met him in person,
Plus, Uncle Hui'Qing provided a family room for Ji and her friend Mei'Lin Yang
during 1982 to 1983, while Ji or Hui tried to make it to high School,
at that time, only 15 to 20% of the students made it to High School,
Which was 15 miles away at Tian'Men county....
Although Ji refused to eat their food or make noises to bother the family,
which consists of a grandmother, two boys, two daughters, and a loving couple,
but Ji was and is grateful for their homely and free support...
How sad that she never found the chance to formally appreciate anything,
But here, please take good care,
your kindness is valued and remembered...
blessings, you are a valuable relative to The Wu's and the Peng's...


 Image Credit: Google.com, HuiQing Wu, CCTV Channel 11 The Opera Joy...

Monday, August 6, 2012

The Dishes Are Done (Photo Images By The Time Magazine on Colors)








Well, the dishes are done,
There's nothing in the sink.
So I think I'll sit,
And pour myself a drink.
But just as I sit,
I hear her voice.
And I've got to get up,
Because I've got no choice.

You see, I've got this woman,
Who says she's my wife.
And says I promised to love her,
For the rest of my life.
She's awful bossy,
And overbearing too.
And she loves to tell me,
What to do!

She says," Ronald, are the dishes done?
Did you wash and dry each one?
Ronald, did you put them away,
Don't you listen to what I say?"

And I say,

"Yes, Dear, the dishes are done,
I washed and dried each one.
Yes, Dear, I put them away,
Because I always do whatever you say."

But I don't know why,
I let her treat me this way.
And I swear to God,
I'm going to leave her someday.
I'm going to walk out,
And I'm going to have some fun.
But until that day,
The dishes will be done.

By Ronnie Doe


Thursday, August 2, 2012

The Kink and I (Sunday Prompts)

 











I have a kitty cat that kinks,
Emotional reaction kicks and winks,
This I confess is confusing,
None is sure where it is leading,
Rats roam the street in distance,
Men drank, falter, and wince,
The call to kink and kill is strong,
Responsibility seems a compass to correct the wrong,
Goose bumps, red lumps,
oil lamps, shivering swamps,
The kitty makes its way to victory,
Which is enough for a whole story.
When the places go neat after,
All citizens roll with thrilling laughter.





image Credit: Google.com, the new york times, yahoo.com at msn