Friday, April 29, 2011

I gots a doxie story on Mommy's Nook.

Hi all, Sasha the wiener dog here. Mommy was tired tonight and didn't knows what to blog about so she told me I could blog tonight on the dachshund team blog. Which is good cause I have lots to say.


First, you knows we doxies all have paws crossed and prayers going out for the peeps and critters that have been through the recent storm devastation on the other side of the states. May we all give the love ones in our lives extra licks and keep those that have lost so much in our thoughts and prayers.


Second, I have been begging mommy to let me borrow her Nook Book for awhile. She said I could get one doxie e-book if it was under $5.00. Well, you know there is not a lot of doxie e-books out there. So she was thinking, I wouldn't find any for under five dollars. But, she was wrong. I found one.





It is a story written by a human as told to him by a special needs dachshund. But, you knows I really think the dachshund wrote it. But, no humans that publish would believe that so they had to say the human wrote it.


Well, I just started it and it is pretty good so far from a dachshund furspective. Lets just say this doxie is not your average wiener dog, and he does get himself into lots of trouble. (Click on the Tonto Book picture above if you want more details about the book.)


Well, happy blog hoping. I am hoping for a play date later today if it doesn't snow again.


3 comments:

Art and Sew Forth said...

I never would have even thought to look for such a thing...only Sasha would do that! Reminds me of the Freddie the Hamster books - a very intelligent little guy who saves the day!

PetsJubilee said...

This was said so perfectly, it brought tears to my eyes :)

"First, you knows we doxies all have paws crossed and prayers going out for the peeps and critters that have been through the recent storm devastation on the other side of the states. May we all give the love ones in our lives extra licks and keep those that have lost so much in our thoughts and prayers."

Very good blog post, Sasha. I hope you enjoy your book.

Michelle Maskaly said...

What a smart dog, using the Nook!