Monthly Archives: September 2012
I’m still out of town and I have 3 hours to get ready for my step-sister’s wedding–which is probably not enough considering what a klutz I am with my hair–so, naturally I’m sitting here sorting photos of the dog. But … Continue reading
Quite possibly the most fun review I’ve seen of Seawitch–they called it “a paranormal pleasure, as packed with supernatural action as a séance in a roller rink.” Plus an interview and giveaway! Go see for yourselves at Kings River Life … Continue reading
I’m out of town, so I have no new photo of Bella today, but here’s one from when we first got her and she adopted a shirt of mine (which had the words “Life’s Too Short to Read Bad Books”) … Continue reading
Bella is not at all happy to see me packing again. I’m heading out for my step-sister’s wedding this weekend and Bella is plainly aware I’m leaving and Does Not Approve. She’s being demanding and bratty, alternating with sulky and … Continue reading
Sometimes you just need to wiggle…. And a good thing it is, too. I’m prepping to go to my step-sister’s wedding this weekend and I find myself in an inexplicably bad mood. But wiggly Bella makes me happy.
Molly is my friends’ dog. She is helping them unpack in their new home. By staying out of the way. Mostly.
Today’s Daily Dog: Bella finds a creek and won’t stay in focus.
Bella likes to dig holes and then scamper madly about. This is the first time I’ve managed to catch her on video–it’s lousy, but it’s evidence at last! Meanwhile, I’ve been trying to get things organized to head out to … Continue reading
Bella attempts to persuade us that she’s angelic. Ha. Ha. Ha….
So, the Villains workshop seems to have gone well with the Foolscap attendees. I always feel I may just be talking out my ass, since I really only know how I do these things, and don’t consider myself an authority, … Continue reading
Today’s Daily Dog: Bella loves everybody! (click to see much larger.) And I’m off to Foolscap in a hour to teach the Building Better Bad Guys workshop and then hang out on panels with cool folks at the Redmond Marriott … Continue reading