I intended a post yesterday titled “Crumbsnatcher Tales Book Coming Soon”, but before I could write the post, Bowls the Cat ditched us. Sweet Pea and Boyfriend2.0 took him to Sonic last night? Yes, there is a question mark after that sentence. I know cats like milk, but don’t ya think a Snickers Blizzard is going a little overboard?
They opened the car door to chat with some friends, and Bowls darted out and under the car next to them. Boyfriend2.0 received kitty-claw lacerations while attempting to coax him from the undercarriage of the vehicle next to them. Somehow, someone got him and placed him in the driver side of the car and he promptly darted out the passenger side before Boyfriend2.0 could close it.
Now D is for “Devastated.” But we’re hopeful, and by that I mean I hope I’m not going to be still looking for him by the time we reach H. I’d prefer to write about him when we get to F for “Found.” Or maybe a nice G for “Got Him.”
So forgive me if I’m off my funny game today. I’ll leave you with part of what I intended to post yesterday. A teaser to “Crumbsnatcher Tales – A Family One Talking Dog Away From a Sitcom.” Coming this summer.
“Crumbsnatcher Tales – A Family One Talking Dog Away From a Sitcom” takes a humorous look at life in a blended family of five teenagers, three dogs, a cat, and a fish. Mama Bread Baker works to find a recipe for harmony for this family that will produce a blend resembling something other than baby diaper pooh. Mama Bread Baker is old school parenting adapted for today’s blended families. For example, when called an evil stepmother, she gently reminds The Eldest that she’s his biological mother! Her Tennexas wit(her self-dubbed style of writing named such to honor her Texas adolescence and Tennessee living) will have you repeating one of her favorite phrases. “If you can’t beat ‘em…then how the hell am I supposed to learn ‘em?”
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