Notes From the Choir of Universal Happiness

That’s one of the titles of my book currently under consideration, and my favorite. Please, please love it marketing department.

American Idol fans: What the hell? You didn’t love Josh??

Buddy is looking too thin, and I was about to take him to the vet, but his eating is picking up, so I’m hoping it was just a bad patch we’re past. It’s so hard, because he does have lymphoma and it’s only a matter of time. I don’t handle it well when I pet dies. It utterly destroys me. God, he does look terribly thin doesn’t he? I don’t want to face this. Poor little thing. Poor us.

It’s a bad angle though, it exaggerates his thinness. He looks better in the shot below this one.

I was poised and ready to take a picture of the attack that was sure to follow, but it didn’t happen.

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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3 thoughts on “Notes From the Choir of Universal Happiness

  1. ((((((((((Hugs to Buddy))))))))

    And you. It’s always so very sad to lose our true pet companions!

  2. But look at that happy face. He doesn’t know from lymphoma, all he knows is that he’s loved and happy about it. And it’s our job to make the tough decisions for them since they can’t do it for themselves. Even though I know that these cat-people relationships always end with a broken heart, I make that same deal over and over. In the long run, it’s always been worth it.

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