by Kassandra Lamb
I thought I’d share a fun little post I put up on my site…
A Dog’s Dictionary to Describe the World
I took my dog for a walk the other day. And as I was dragging him away from his fascination with a crumpled leaf in the road, I thought about how the world must seem to our dogs.
As we walked around the neighborhood, this “dictionary” of doggie views of the world came to me.
1. Those brown, crunchie things all over the ground (dried leaves) – definition: something that might taste good.
2. Those tall green thingies (bushes) – definition: my favorite place to pee.
3. Those gray clumps of stringy thingies (Spanish moss that has fallen from trees) – definition: my second favorite place to pee.
4. That delicious-smelling pile of gooey stuff that makes Mom yell “leave it!” (three-day-old roadkill) – definition: something that definitely will taste good… READ MORE
Happy Holidays from Watson and me!!
And don’t forget to grab a copy of my new Christmas novella. Just $0.99
A Christmas extravaganza in Mayfair, Florida, complete with an ice skating rink. What could go wrong?
When excavation for the skating rink uncovers a decades-old skeleton, its secrets threaten more than the town’s Christmas plans. Worried about her friends in her adopted town and feeling responsible since the let’s-attract-more-tourists idea was hers initially, dog trainer Marcia Banks is determined to help her police detective boyfriend solve the mystery—whether he wants her help or not. Perhaps she can wheedle more out of the townspeople than he can.
But will she and her Black Lab, Buddy, be able to keep the ghost of Christmas past from destroying what is left of Mayfair’s founding family, or will her meddling make matters worse?