Portrait of Mona
I asked Mona if I could take her portrait because I couldn’t resist her two year old dog, Fluffy (see below.) Mona had Fluffy since she was a three week old puppy. The first time she saw her she fell “in love, love, love.”
Mona was in Lancaster, California, USA because she was visiting a friend. Interestingly, Mona and I met previously because she had Fluffy with her at Trader Joe’s, and I could not help but bestowing Fluffy with mass adoration that time either.
Fluffy was a Bichon Frise, and I loved this breed not only because of the cuteness factor but because I had one in the past. Please see my poem about Parko, who is now deceased.
Mona was an Otolaryngologist , that is, an ear nose throat (ENT) doctor, for almost 10 years. She graduated from Ohio State University‘s medical school. She completed her residence training at University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California, USA. After she completed her residency, she worked for a private company that hired young doctors to travel around from one site to another.
Mona decided to go into the ENT specialization because she enjoyed working with the face and ears. That was her “choice field of science.” Mona had her own practice in Orange County, where she also resided.
Image Credits: Bat-Ami Gordin © 2017 all rights reserved. Credit if you use it, please.
Posted on March 3, 2017, in Animal, Dogs, photography, Portraits and tagged bichon frise, Fluffy, Ohio State Univ, parko, Trader Joe's, USC ENT residency. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
Excellent portrait of Mona and of her cutie fluffy and with her sunglasses on there’s an amazing resemblance to a amazing photographer I know.Excellent picture of fluffy who also reminds me of a sweet puff of white fur that I knew and miss.great job,Tammy. Oh great write on Mona&fluffy.