My name is Booger Baby. Patches told you about me. Though I am only 10 lb, I was his older brother. I'm taking over Patches' place, writing to you.
July activities at the Paws and Claws bookstore sound really neat! The birthday authors are F. Kellerman, J. Higgins and D. Koontz. They are on the end-cap when you go in the door. There are three display areas devoted to Faith-based Patriotism, novels and true stories of the revolutionary war, our Constitution and Founding Fathers. There is also a Christmas in July display, with Christmas craft, cookbooks, romance, mystery, children's books and CDs at a great reduction.
Coffee Table books are being offered and there is a whole new batch of comic books - in sleeves (whatever that means).
From my claws to your paws, B.B.
Thank you B.B. always great to hear what is going on at the Paws and Claws. Thanks for all the great work everyone does in sorting, displaying, sorting, stacking, sorting, re-arranging, and sorting. I hear Paws and Claws has almost every book that was ever printed. I also hear that you can use some volunteers. How about my friends volunteering? I could bring Gertie, Lucy, Bentley, Addie, Irish, Cinnamon, Oreo, Barkus, and all my other great pals one day to help. Just let my town mom know if you want us all to come. When we come we can then go over to Happiness is Ice cream for one of their great pup cups. Actually I have not been, but my latest new friends, Irish and Addie were there last week and they told me it is awesome tasting. I believe they said it tasted like peanut butter. They also said their mom and dad took it away after a little while. I am guessing they didn’t want them to have too much.
Addie and Irish told me that on August 7 at theTown Park in Howe there is something special going on for all us canines, and it has to do with ice cream From 6-8 p.m. there will be pup cups and some other neat stuff. I heard my town mom talking about it to one of her friends. All I know is you better save this date.
Do you know how much fun it is to dig in the mud? Ask me. It is great fun! I could not resist in the woods with Gertie and my town mom. I heard her whistling, but I kept digging. She asked me if I was going to China. Can you dig to get to China? All I know is my feet whiskers, eye brows, and ears were muddy. I had fun. What was to follow was not so much fun.
Quote of the week:
Animals are such agreeable friends; they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms. – George Eliot
Your ‘fur-ever friend,