But they're SILK sheets, Mom!
I found these, and a number of others, on some old camera cards that I'd pulled out of the camera, but not uploaded to the computer. The one above is my fancy schmancy house I happily got rid of when I moved to Indiana, donating half of my stuff to AmVets and changing the way I lived. Barkley didn't care, and I found out, I was much happier with a simpler lifestyle and the people I met, where it didn't matter what I owned, just who I was.
In looking at photos of him I'd forgotten of, my eyes welled up, but then I smiled, good memories there. Just simple things, ones that make you happy, ones worth sharing.
On that note, The Book of Barkley was accepted by the publisher and I got a note from the publishing consultant Lisa, that said among other things (and I cut and pasted) "I LOVED this story!!!"
That just made my day. We're looking at being in the bookstores in 10-12 weeks. Due to production costs, the book won't have a bunch of photos but there will be an author's webpage with a lot more Barkley photos to make you smile.
Until then- Brigid
Hey, I think someone has food up there.
You get BOTH ice cream and popcorn! What kind of sick, twisted people are you?