Showing posts from September, 2006

The Adventures of RUTH

This morning took Ruthie (the new puppy) out to go potty – she went. We came into the house and I jumped on my tread mill, while Ruthie ran around – I was clipping along at 4 MPH – and Ruthie squats down to pee – she had been outside 10 minutes ago. I was so mad I went to step off the tread mill – fell while it was still going and was flung off the back. I feel like a pretzel….but I didn’t land on the dog.

I'm Excited...

As excited as a boy with a puppy. Drama Queen has been released and it is a wonderful story, about a man, a woman and a puppy.

Drama Queen

I'm excited Drama Queen will be available shortly at the Wild Rose Press. And I broke down and brought a new addition into our family. Ruth (or until my son decides on a different name) is an 8 week old Jack-a-Poo.

Got my daughter off to college on Thursday

It wasn't like saying, "Good-bye." Because her dorm room is less than 30 minutes from the house. So, it was more like, "See ya." And I did on Saturday when she need her roller blades and wanted dinner. And on Sunday when she needed a ream of paper, jacket and ironing board. I'm thinking of getting a dog....a Jackapoo. I beginning to think I need total chaos to function. I'm struggling through science only three weeks left to the course. Did get my edits completed for "Drama Queen." Haven't finished "The Prefect Country and Western Story", but am getting real close to finishing a story for the Wild Rose Garden Contest...."Hard Day on the Farm." My son is back in school, has been for two weeks, when I ask him, "How's it going?" I get the typical response from a 17 year old, "Why do you ask so many questions." Maybe that's why I want a dog, so I can really bug him. "Did you let the do