I noticed this morning the cardinal couple hopping about on the edge of the gazebo. I've never seen them do that before.
Seems like birds have rather odd behavior this time of year, as spring commences.
Last night I made a veggie burger for supper. I added baked beans (I always add just a pinch of brown sugar and a squirt of mustard before cooking) and chips.
Then I went back to the bedroom and watched a bit of CNN before I picked up my reading material. And of course the pupsters go where I go.
Charlie prefers to sleep underneath the cover of a blanket or quilt. I don't know if it's to hide from Abi, or just a quirk of his.
This book was sent to me last week. I am almost finished reading it.
The book is told mainly from the viewpoints of the father and the missing girl's two younger sisters.
The father writes long and heartfelt letters to his missing teen-aged daughter. And the two younger sisters, as adults, lend their voices to the story.
One sister is married to a rich man and they seem to have everything. The middle sister is a recovering addict who has finally gotten her life together.
The plot weaves and twists and turns, and it is graphic in the telling. In the rawness of emotion.
You know you have a great writer when they can transport you right into the feelings of the characters they've created.