Golden Retrievers on the bus, via Planet Ivy. Are we there yet?
I recommend this post about Michelle and her service dog, Ruthie Mae. http://dogkisses.wordpress.com/2014/03/18/a-campaign-for-the-sweetest-dog-in-the-world/comment-page-1/#comment-3317
Please click on the title “Ruthie Mae,” to see a clickable link. Thanks. . . . .
An exceptional novel disguised as a great story! “One Good Dog” has pain you can feel, two protagonists transformed, lots of anger, and of course, forgiveness and redemption. Makes you think about the unfairness of luck. (The pit bull’s name is “Chance”.) Susan Wilson is a master novelist. An unusually fun read, but definitely not a cheap thrill. Best $2.99 I ever spent!
— John Hayden
While I’m working myself into a lather, writing my next post about THE END of Civilization in America, you have time to enjoy this spirit-lifting essay by Ms. B, a gifted British blogger. She manages to cover many of the things that really matter — dogs, austerity, friendship. Ms. B makes her points deftly and moves on. She doesn’t beat you over the head, again and again, about the same boring issues, the way I do.