Play With Me! Play With Me Now

I think I’ve mentioned my writing partner, Genevieve, here a time or two. She’s absolutely hilarious and keeps me on track (or encourages me to actually step away from the keyboard) just when I need it. I’ve always been amazed at the empathy of dogs, but this one also demands attention when she feels I’ve spent too much time at the computer. I can’t exactly say she’s wrong, either.

Case in point, recently I was really logging the hours so I could possibly take some time off for the holidays. She obviously had had enough because when we went out she started barking her fool head off at her favorite tire. “Play with me! Play with me now!” (At least, that’s what I pictured her saying.)

I love the way her head turns up when she’s really howling and stressing her point, don’t you? Silly dawg.

Comments

  1. says

    Congratulations on one year of blogging, Ida Mae! So glad you’re here inrpising us with your wisdom and tales of adventures and misadventures (ah, those beloved hamsters) Yes, motherhood is a crazy, wonderful roller coaster ride, isn’t it? I’ve learned more from my kids than I could hope to teach them. It’s amazing. And so exhausting. I hadn’t heard of Cherie’s book sounds like the perfect time to read it.I love the new direction your blog is taking, and also subscribed to That Fun Reading Teacher I have a feeling her posts will be equally insightful.Happy early Mother’s Day!Christine recently posted

  2. says

    #6I am blessed to call this sweet baby’s mom one of my life-long freidns. It is a beautiful picture of M and I love that you captured the ring of one of the most amazing women I have known in my life. M will grow up one day, and this picture will be so special to her! Congrats on year 1 (I’m a FB fan too)

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