Chapter 9 It was now 4:15 am. Bob Keller and his 2 rookies were almost half-way down the path to the lake. Bob knew better than to tell Howard that his 2 men were rookies and women, at that. (The reason they were outside, rather than inside was to prevent a scene while Bob was… Read More Spike – A Novel (Chapter 9)
This past week has been a busy one. With Christmas baking and (a little) decorating, also came a big veterinary bill. The Thursday before Christmas, Jack came in from his usual daily outing with a bloody foot and more damage than I first thought. I’m pretty sure he tangled with a stray cat. He was… Read More Bullseye
Chapter 4 Elizabeth had no idea what happened. It seemed as though she tripped over something, but there was nothing in the path. The moonlight was bright enough to see everything very clearly. She jumped to her feet and began dusting herself off. What was that? she asked herself. She looked up the path. She… Read More Spike – A Novel (Chapter 4)
I was going through some old posts last night and nearly burst into tears when I saw this post. It was when poor ol’ Korn was a much younger cat and the life of the party, so to speak. I miss him and his buddy Fuzz, too. Furbabies aren’t just pets; they’re family. Mr. Potato… Read More Throwback Thursday
Chapter 3 Elizabeth looked at her watch and realized that if she didn’t start back right now, she’d run the risk of missing Spike’s snack time. He would be very angry with her. She had only missed his snack time once in his lifetime, and then only by a few minutes. It took her 4… Read More Spike – A Novel (Chapter 3)
Images Copyright Being Aunt Debbie “Ok, one picture. ONE, I said. No! One!” Kitty (aka El Diablo’s Sister) warned me but I didn’t listen. Bandaids now needed.