One of the best things about the great neighborhood is that everyone on the block has a dog. This means that the neighborhood is full of furry companions and I feel like this is one of the only times I’m truly free from the responsibilities of being a parent. I love to walk my family and the neighborhood has been a big part of that.
To be honest, I think I have a little bit of a thing for dogs. I mean, my dog is my best friend, and I love him to pieces. But I’m also a person who can go months without making eye contact with a dog, and for that, I feel like I’m missing out on so much.
I think of dogs as family. And they are family. As I’m sure most of you can tell from my previous posts, I love to read about dogs. I’m a dog person. I don’t mind the fact that they are also my favorite things, and I wouldn’t change those feelings for anything in the world. But I also love to talk about them.
Yes, I am a dog person. And I love to read about dogs too. So I decided to create a new category for that. My Dog Writing section. I will be posting new dog-related content every Monday throughout the month, including more details about the book, as well as pictures of the dogs in the cover.
I read a lot of books about dogs. Just not dog books. They are either “dog-like” or “dog-like” but not both. The one I read the most about was the autobiography of Dolly Madison, who lived most of her life in the 1800s, and the dog in her life was her dog, Dolly. Dolly was a real dog, but she only wrote about her dog, and not about herself.
I don’t know if it was that she read the book more than she read the dog, or if the book was the one she read but she only looked at the dog, but I think she wanted to write about both her dog and herself.
There’s an interesting story behind Dolly’s dog. According to the biography, Dolly had a habit of walking around in her nightgown and not being able to find her dog. She finally found her dog in a dream and said, “Oh! You’re my dog!” She was so happy to see the dog that she wrote a poem about her dog’s name and wrote it in her diary. She wanted her dog to know she was his.
The dog in Dollys dream was named Krew Bingham. She writes in her diary “I wish that Krew was a boy,” and that’s why she named her dog Krew Bingham. We can only assume she would have named her dog Krew Bingham if she had learned that her dog wasn’t a boy.
The dog in Dollys dream was named Krew Bingham. She writes in her diary I wish that Krew was a boy, and thats why she named her dog Krew Bingham. We can only assume she would have named her dog Krew Bingham if she had learned that her dog wasnt a boy.
I know this sounds silly, but I think there’s a point here. Yes, our dog is probably a boy because it’s not a girl, but we’ve seen a lot of female dog actors and not all of them look like girls.