Concern About The Doggie In The Book

“Daddy?  Will the doggie in the story be OK?”

“Something tells me she’s going to be just fine, KatieDid.”

 

 

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With the longer, colder nights, don’t pass up the opportunity to snuggle up with your kids and read them a story.

That might mean turning off all devices and the television, but I promise it will be worth your while.

Buy Finding KatieDid : Tales from the Woof Pack in digital or print form at your favorite e-retailer, or ask your local book store to order it for you.

 

 

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10 Days to Release Date: KatieDid’s First Public Appearance

With her mostly blindness as well as some anxiety issues, I had been practicing polite ways of declining public appearances by KatieDid.

Unfortunately, there was this certain little #1 fan:

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She happens to be local, and her mom appears to be the #2 fan.

I figured if we could find a relatively quiet and controlled meeting place, and if Mara (#1 fan) could be instructed to be slow and quiet, maybe it would work this once.

And, since Mara seems to have become smitten with not just KatieDid, but 1-eyed dogs in general, I would throw in Hector (introduced in Finding KatieDid) for the visit as well.  Nothing bothers him.

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So, today was the day, and, well, I’ll let you decide

 

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Stopping for a little luvins from her favorite Dad.

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Mara had found some dog piles and asked that her Mom pick them up.  What a great eye Mara has to find so many dog piles, and what a great Mom indeed that she should pick them up…. at a dog park.

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I think we can make a few assumptions based on this visit.

  1.  KatieDid can meet small groups in controlled circumstances.
  2. Mara has a future in the modeling industry.
  3. If you need the dog piles picked up out of your yards, I know someone.