Thursday, February 21, 2008

Wisdom Wednesdays: Featuring Dr Sidney Wang

DR WANG LOST TRACK OF THE DAYS, SO THIS WEEK'S COLUMN IS A DAY LATE!
ASK DR WANG, the psychic betta fish. This week's e-mail is from Bob in Davenport Iowa. Bob writes:

Dear Dr Wang,


This has been a strange week for me. At 43 years old I just found out I am adopted, and the people who raised me are not actually my real parents. After all these years I know that my adoptive parents love me but I am hurt and saddened that they never told me sooner. I'd like to search for my birth parents but wonder what I will find. Are they alive? Where do they live? Why did they give me up for adoption? What sort of people are they today? So many questions. Can you tell me what the future holds?

-Bob

Dr Wang responds: Dear Bob,

I have some new underwater Palm Trees in my tank, which together with The Great Bubble Wall provide me with the perfect setting to ponder questions such as these. Do not obsess about finding both of your birth parents. You mother is a Mary Kay consultant living just outside of Dry Beaver Creek, Arizona. It appears that your father is a retired insurance agent living in Miccosukee, Florida and has not spoken to your mother since before you were born. Do not waste your time chasing him, he is a slimy barnacle on the bottom of a rusty sunken ship. You should, however go to Dry Beaver Creek and meet your mother. She won't be hard to find, she has the only pink cadillac for miles. She is living with a man named Floyd who has eyebrows like catapillars and low set ears. I would avoid Floyd, but you will enjoy getting to know your birth mother.

Keep swimming upstream
-Dr Wang
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"Wisdom Wednesdays" features the sage advice of our resident oracle, psychic betta fish "Dr Sidney Wang". Believed to be a reincarnated descendant of King Rama II of Siam, Dr Wang responds to e-mail submissions with advice, predictions of the future and conveys ancient proverbs to provide guidance and support. Dr Sidney Wang's 24 Hour Wisdom, Advice and Inspiration service is also available from the left side navigation for this feature.

5 comments:

Seamus said...

Dear Dr. Wang, I didn't know there were any dry beavers in Arizona!

Jimmi said...

Very cute... :) I love that Dr. Wang got himself a new palm tree...

kenju said...

Very good advice! And I am qualified to comment, since I am adopted.

CRUSTYBEEF said...

hmm..wonder if he's the brother to my best friend..maybe he has a sister out there, I do know that she lives in Queen Creek AZ...
Go figure, dry beavers..hmmm, you learn something new everyday.

I hope Bob's okay.

ALways,
Elizabeth :)

Canadian flake said...

Hmmmmm usually I think you are bang on Dr Wang...but I am not sure I agree with your "insight" this week.

Don't worry, I still think you are great so I will be back...hee hee.

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