From what I’ve learned in my college Biology classes, Cyclops species of animals, like fishes and humans, were still of ancient times. However, lately, in Mexico, a Cyclops Shark was found in one of their gulfs.
Cyclops, in Greek, means having a single or one eye. In humans, if a man having such, belongs to a certain race of people, the giants. That happened in the ancient times. But today, with this cyclops shark, it is merely a congenital abnormality, according to the Biologist who studied the cyclops shark found in Mexico.
I love fishes. Don’t you know it? LOL!
Below is not my fish. It’s my brother’s.
When my Ishy died, I decided not to have a fish yet. I am still mourning until now, that’s why, perhaps. What I just used to do lately, is just staring to my late Ishy’s pictures and also to my brother’s fishes.
Ain’t this flowerhorn fish so sexy to look at with a very reh hot cheeks? Opps! That’s a male fish, but still, I found him so sexy!
I have nothing to do this very afternoon but to dig some memorable images of my Ishy. I just really missing her so much. Well then, even if I grieve much more today, I still can’t get her life back.
So today, I’d like to share to you one of the bubbly-head flowerhorn fish of my brother, Carlo. I took this picture when I went home last August 2011.
Can’t you see? This fish has a very red cheeks. That actually was the first thing that caught my attention. It was really shining sparkling when I see this fish. Thence, while staring at the fish, I remembered, reminisce my Ishy. So sad she died early.
September 2011 has been a very sad month for me because of Ishy’s death. Up until now, I still do not know how to move on. I still am missing her so much. I do not know what to do. Many said, I should get a new one, but I don’t want yet.
Anyway, I am here today not to rant about my grief on Ishy’s death but to give thanks to some people who, even though I update this blog not that much, they still spared some time in sharing their thoughts.
- Kumiko Mae
- Mel Cole
- zero cool
Thank you so much guys!!! See you, hopefully, this October 2011.