I love John Green. He is my favorite author, and those that know him personally are incredibly lucky.
One of the reasons I love Barbara Kindsolver is because this is the theme of a couple of her books.
- (I’m running errands for my pregnant wife. While walking to a nearby store, I see two teenagers harassing a child that is only four or five years old. I shoo them away from the boy, and he introduces himself.)
- Me: “So, where’s your mom at?”
- Boy: “She’s in the store. Do you have kids?”
- Me: “Not yet. We’re expecting a baby girl soon, though.”
- Boy: “Well, she’s going to turn out nice, like you! So, I’m going to marry her someday!”
- (I laugh, and play along while I bring him to the service desk, and wait until his mom picks him up. Six years later, my daughter comes home from school and introduces us to a friend that defended her against a bully on the playground. I didn’t recognize him, but he certainly knew who I was!)
What I did not tell her is that it will be a cat named Dog to keep my current cat from feeling lonely while I am at school and work. I decided to hop on the fluffy animal bandwagon to get him a friend.
Can we really deny this fella a friend?
He can’t watch super hero movies by himself forever.
Please help me get Dog!
(BONUS: I’ll post a video of my roommate’s reaction when I bring home a new cat instead of a puppy)
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