When our offspring are very young, we know where they are, most of the time. We arrange play dates, and we have baby-sitting exchanges with other moms. We usually know what our kids are doing—unless they become extremely quiet.
On Tuesday evening, I attended a book signing for five female authors at a Schuler’s bookstore.
On Tuesday evening, I attended a fiction writer’s panel comprised of five female authors at a Schuler’s bookstore.
The mostess guests, that is. I’ll explain in a bit.
First off, we were asked to pet sit Buddy, our younger son’s miniature golden doodle, while he and his family vacationed up north for the week of July 4th. Buddy didn’t require entertaining, just constant petting. He’s so needy, but he’s easily pleased.