I guess I told an unintended fib in my last post. It seems that I just don’t have time to give my website/blog the attention it deserves. So, I’ll swing by now and again but unless the Earth moves off its axis, I don’t expect to be posting regularly. See ya!
I’m embarrassed to say that I haven’t posted a thing on this site since August of 2017. No excuses except to say that much of my time has been devoted to marketing, More Than a Soldier. I am also in the process of redesigning my website. If you’re not well versed in creating a site or blog, it’s really quite a challenge. Thankfully, one of my longtime friends is a IT Guru and she’s helping me.
In any event, I will do my best to check in from time to time to read any comments and respond to them. Till we meet again, take care.
Yes, this is off-topic for me, particularly because I’ve been posting info on More Than a Soldier, my latest book. In fact, to be truthful, I’ve probably bored my visitors to tears with my constant nagging. In any event, the purpose of this post has nothing to do with promoting any books; it has to do with complete idiots.
Dogs have collars (as they should). However, when I see some moron walking their dog and yanking on the leash because the dog is too far behind or too far ahead, I’d like to grab that leash and wrap it around THEIR necks and take THEM for a little walk. Not all dog owners do this, of course, but I witness people choking their dogs nearly every day. I have three very simple solutions. #1- Spend a couple bucks and buy a harness that won’t strangle your dog when you take him/her for a walk. #2 – The next time you find yourself choking your dog, punch yourself in the throat. #3 – Put your dog up for adoption. If you find a suitable owner, buy a harness and give it to the new owner as a gift. #4 – If you miss having a pet, get a betta fish.
More Than a Soldier is starting to gain momentum.