Not much to post about today -- just a simple card I made for my daughter-in-law's grandparents to go along with the mini album I showed here yesterday. I saw it in the most recent Papercrafts magazine -- yeah, I pretty much copied it exactly!
Finished this book yesterday:
Paul's wife, Lexy, is found dead after an apparent fall from an apple tree in their yard. The only witness is their dog, Lorelei, who cannot relay the answer to Paul's most important question -- did Lexy fall on accident, or was it suicide? As a linguistics professor, Paul does a lot of research and work with the spoken word. Why couldn't he teach Lorelei to talk? So Paul takes a sabbatical and embarks on the process of teaching Lorelei to say what she knows about that fateful day.
There is a very painful part of the book when Paul, through his research, encounters an underground group dealing with horrific ways to make dogs communicate. But, all in all, I did enjoy the book.