Thursday, December 19, 2013

Things are changing around here.

Hello, my name be Buddyboo, and here be a picture of me back in my carefree days.
Dat being 
{Before CAT}
back in late summer, my mom 
found this
Then This
An dey staydid in de baffroom
foreber, before she would let me sniff dem
See, I not be nice to kitties, no sur, dey don't bewongs in de house, or near my yard.
I chase dem, and ifn I catched dem, they go bye bye.
Well, finwey, mom lets me sniffered dem.
I growl, dey run, and mom say 
'Bad Dog'.
I onwe gots to sniffer dem when mom was holdin 
and den from a distance.
Here I be, watchin from oder side of gate, 
and dat yeller thang be stickin him paw at me.
Finwey one da, I sniffered de yeller thang, 
and he didn't run.  He bit my tail, and 
you see my tongue sticked out at him.
Dis wus about a week, den one day, 
dat Ghostey one, wif the pinky ears
came by and slappered me. 
De chase be on, mom hollered Bad dog, again.
Da yeller thang, he be quite friendly now
and slips up and sleepz ons my bwankey, wid me.
Ghostey hasn't gotten that friendly yet, but doens't runs aways, when I sniff. 

Dey gots a new house today,

butz dey won'ts let me in, yet...
Silly kitties...
I kinda like dem now, except when mom gives me a bite of food, and dey swipes it for I get dare.
I fergot to say der names
yeller one is Bubba Gump
and whitey one is
Sure glad mom didn't give me no silly name like that, Buddyboo is much more seffistigated.

Friday, December 06, 2013


The Advent of Murder
a Faith Morgan Mystery
By Martha Ockley

Faith Morgan is a former policewoman, who is now a Vicar of Little Worthy, but any time a murder happens nearby, she manages to get involved..  Even when she tries to stay out of the investigation, it seems it draws her in.

I enjoyed this book, it is well written, and no, I couldn't figure out who had killed the young man, who was found in the river. I can usually figure out the murderer before the end of a boos, so this was a good thing for me.   I did have a bit of an issue staying focused during about 30 pages, up to about page 115, but then the story picked up again, and I found myself drawn into the tale.  This goes to prove that even if a book is a bit of a wade through at times, it is worth taking the time to keep reading, to make sure you aren't missing something really good.  

I was given a copy of this book by Kregel publications, to read and review.  No other compensation was given.  I'm not required to give a positive review, and all opinions given here are my own.