Here are two sweet dogs I saw at a Mendocino event. I think the pictures really say it all in terms of their connection with each other.
I saw this cutie today. His glasses aren’t part of a costume. His owners said in bright sunlight his eyes would swell and get red. The veterinarian recommended sunglasses. Great idea!
When we brought our young dog, Kylie, home as a puppy, Ellie was absolutely wonderful with her. We knew right away how lucky we were. However, Ellie would claim the puppy’s bed whenever she had a chance. Kylie would then promptly get in Ellie’s big bed. They went back and forth whenever the opportunity was there. The “bed games” continue today.
I wanted to share these beautiful flowers with you. I hope they bring a smile to your face. They were at a gas station so the recycled tires are a nice added touch!
I had fun presenting with Terry Shames at the Tulare Library Friday night. It’s a beautiful facility, and the people were a pleasure to meet. However, it was a long drive home Saturday! My goal is to share something relating to dogs every weekend. Here’s a picture I like of Ellie, our boxer/coonhound. She DID succeed in getting the ball!
I attended the Chocolate, Wine, and Ale fundraising event several times in Mendocino, California, to get ideas for Murder at Redwood Cove. I LOVE doing research for my books!
I was just telling Ellie, our boxer/coonhound, about the chapter I’m working on. I don’t know if her look means she’s not so sure what I’m planning will work or she’s wondering where the treat is she deserves for listening for so long!
I want to thank all of the wonderful people at Kensington Publishing Corporation who have helped me along the way. They have put together a couple of great blog tours. There are a variety of excerpts, interviews, and summaries to be found on the sites. https://janetfinsilver.com/index.php/appearances/
I’ve decided Saturdays are “going to the dogs.” I’ll share photos, interesting facts I’ve learned while doing research, and/or comments “from the puppy’s point of view,” some pieces I wrote while raising my puppy, Kylie. The picture I’m sharing today is a wonderful one my husband took. I think it’s a great example of what “focused” looks like!