Buddy Kicking Back

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I’m starving all of a sudden. I’m heating up Thanksgiving leftovers, and since I’m a vegetarian that means a bunch of sides. Plus garlic bread which I have officially pronounced an valid Thanksgiving side dish.

10 hours later: I got distracted from finishing my post. Now I’m starting to think about dinner. PIZZA.

This is Buddy.

Posing.

He knows I love when he does that.

Oh dear, I have to fill up this post and I want to get to the couch myself and curl up.

I have books to read and holiday tv to watch.

There’s a new Hallmark movie on tonight. Yes. I watch (and enjoy) Hallmark movies.

I know!

Be glad you don’t hang out with me!

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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5 thoughts on “Buddy Kicking Back

  1. Gasp! I watched it too, in bed, with cats . . . and cried.

    Hmmm, your life sounds like my life – vegetarian, cats, books, but very rarely with pizza.

  2. Oh no! I recorded it and haven’t watched it yet, and now I don’t think I will. If the dog dies I won’t recover.

  3. Hey, the movie is great — dog definitely doesn’t die. It’s a great story, but still a tear-jerker in certain places. I’m a sucker for Hallmark movies; our library has a lot so I get to watch free.

    Vegetarian here too, with cats and dogs and love of books.

  4. Oh good, thanks for letting me know! I’m a sucker for Hallmark movies too, and I would have hated to have to miss one.

  5. I watched it too and it was good. Since it was Hallmark, I was fairly certain the dog couldn’t die. Don’t worry – he was fine at the end.

    I didn’t find it was a tear jerker. But when I recently read (for the first time) The Art of Racing in the Rain, I bawled and used up several tissues. But it was worth the red nose.

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