Everyone needs their own Spot, at least according to a print by Mary Engelbreit. Here’s George in the George spot at the end of the couch:
Sadly, this used to be the Freddie spot until Freddie went to the Rainbow Bridge. Occasionally, now it’s the Tuna spot, which sometimes ends in it being the spot where an epic battle takes place between George and Tuna over who gets possession of the spot. But it’s a very cozy spot, and I often end up reading on the couch with George in his spot near my feet. (Little does he know that I’m usually hiding my slippers under that blanket to keep him from chewing on them!)
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Under a Veiled Moon by Karen Odden (blog tour spotlight + excerpt)
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I’ve also got Death on a Winter Stroll to read!
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When Angels Left the Old Country sounds amazing and I’d love to read it – thanks for sharing it and the review is excellent!
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