Joy and appreciation mixed with sorrow~
This is so touching..I couldn't get this video in English, but keep watching and you'll see how devoted this dog is to his injured friend. They have both been rescued thankfully (see more here)
I'm sure we'll never hear about all the hero's, but they're already being dubbed the Fukushima Fifty:
The men who are trading shifts to try to prevent the full meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility.
On their shoulders rests the safety -- and perhaps the lives -- of thousands of Japanese citizens. When the facility's 800 employees were evacuated last week following the earthquake and tsunami, these were the men who stayed behind to try to cool down the reactors..
Though it's been painful only to watch the circumstances imploding here in Japan..but we can be thankful for the moments when the clouds part-
Even in laughter the heart may ache,
and joy may end in grief
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This is my son's puppy and the video is a rather intimate moment while baby-sitting last week..it's worth it just to wait and hear her antagonize our dog Moo~