Welcome to the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. Every day in April (except Sundays), I’ll be sharing a short bookish memory with you.
I is a difficult letter. I couldn’t come up with any I bookish memories, but I’m pretty sure the law of the Internet is “When in doubt, post pictures of your pets,” so that’s what I’m doing today.
The only thing I love more than books is dogs. (And my family. I guess I love them more than books, too.) Actually, a lot of the nonfiction books I own are about dogs. One of the best birthday presents I ever got was a giant book full of illustrations of canines. It has drawings of different breeds and famous paintings that feature dogs. Even though the book is heavy, I used to drag it back and forth to elementary school every day so I could look at the pictures during free-reading time. I hated reading when I was a kid and refused to actually read during free-reading time.
|Inscription in the dog-art book my parents got me for my 9th birthday.|
I can fall in instalove with any canine-shaped creature, even dogs in photos. One of the books on my shelf is a photo book called If Dogs Could Talk. I stole inspiration from that book for this post. (Can you tell I'm just rambling right now because I have no idea what to write about today?)
The brown dog is Cheyenne. She’s hyperactive and devious. The black dog is Butch-Kiera. She’s big, bouncy, and dumb as a rock. I love them both very much.
Do you have any pets?