This is one of those blogs that are that has two sides, first a rant and then I totally flip-flop into fun chatter.
First up the rant: I detest people who maliciously hurt animals for no reason. It’s disgusting and repulsive coward-trolls who would do something this awful. Someone in So Cal is pouring battery acid on dogs. WARNING: I’m going to provide you with a link to a golden retriever who had battery acid poured on him — it’s hard to see so only click if you are up to it. The point of the story is this: Awesome people are taking care of this amazing dog and he’s making a full recovery. He will go to a home where he is loved. Evil people could NOT destroy this dog’s spirit. As horrible as this story is, this dog will have a happy ending. Here is the link but again, only click on it if you can handle it.
I wish this dog’s happy ending was with me But I honestly think he’ll get the absolute best home for him. I’m going to check in on this story just in case he doesn’t end up in a home, then I’ll drive way the heck out there and meet him. But I really think he’ll find the right home for him, probably with people better qualified than me to handle any special needs he may end up having.
Okay…now for the flip side we’re going to leave the rant and go onto happier things. Yay it’s Friday! I know, it’s hard to care after reading a story like that, but we don’t let evil ruin our lives, right? So I have a Wizard story. You know how you all think Wizard is the sane one in our relationship? Oh come on, admit it. You’re all secretly thinking I’m the crazy one.
Last night Wizard was talking about my book CAGED MAGIC, only he was calling the hero Gabe. I was reading at the time, so I heard his mistake but ignored it.
Wizard, however, caught himself. “Wait, Gabe isn’t the right name, is it, Witch?”
“Nope.” I kept on reading.
“What is the right name?” Wizard asked.
I gave up reading. “Linc.”
“Right, Linc.” Then he frowned. “So who is Gabe?”
“You’re thinking of Gabe Pulizzi from way back to the Samantha Shaw Series.” In case you’re wondering, the first book in that series was Dating Can Be Murder — I think it came out about 13 years ago. Time flies!
“Oh. Right!” Wizard said. “Now I remember.”
I picked up my Kindle, thinking I could, you know, read. In peace. Without answering a two million questions. But nope.
“You know what?” Wizard asked.
“What?” I was distracted because I was reading about SWAT officers who are also werewolves. Hot, sexy, werewolves. I may not have been giving Wizard my full attention.
“You need to invite all your characters over for dinner.”
“Um…what?” I put down my Kindle. Wizard had all my attention now.
“That way, I can talk to them all, get to know them better and I won’t get confused.” He looked at me with total sincerity.
I blinked. Then blinked again. “You want me to invite all the characters in my books over to our house for dinner?”
He nodded. “We’ll have a dinner party. We can make ribs and chicken. No wait, there’s a lot of them, maybe fajitas would be easier.” He went on rambling off plans until I burst out laughing.
SERIOUSLY THIS HAPPENED! Wizard said it and I wasn’t even drinking wine! I was just sitting there, minding my own business, when Wizard said this!
Now who is the crazy one??? Hmm???
Hope you all have a great weekend!