This morning, I grab a quick walk out in the dark. The nights are getting long enough that I return in the dark. It’s much cooler today than the last few days. Today, I’m not expecting to get too much of anything done.
Pop back, grab breakfast, then a quick 15 on Twitter. Then to the day job for the day.
But not before I watch this video on cats (though it gets a bit annoying near the end).
Someone on Twitter asked which you’d prefer to write about: cats or dogs. Superhero Portal has both (Dice has a cat, and she visits with dogs). But I prefer writing about dogs. They’re portable. In my Catherine Mayfield mysteries, she and her gentleman friend both have dogs and they take the dogs out for walks and have adventures. A cat is just going to be in the house or maybe out in the yard.
No writing in the plan tonight. I have my weekly writing meeting.
Dogs are also quite useful – K9 dogs; search and rescue dogs; military dogs; assistance dogs; your everyday watchdogs – and they can generate stories through/concerning those uses, too.
Can you tell I’m a dog person? *grin*
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My brother and I were flying out of a rinky-dink airport in Wisconsin and they brought around a comfort dog. I didn’t think I was nervous about flying, but after a serious round of petting, I did feel better.
If you haven’t checked out Nora Roberts’ mysteries, you should. She nearly always has a dog in them, and the dog’s a fun character.
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