The Chimp Who Loved Me
All I could think was 'Oh God! I'm going to be sexually assaulted by a chimp!'
I pictured the 911 call. I saw the operator laughing so uncontrollably that she forgot to help. I tried to peel Sammy's pinching, prying hands off my naked, wet body and realized that I had to get clothes on... Read more!
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3.30.11 | The Chimp Goes On Virtual Book Tour
The "Chimp" is going on tour...virtually. Starting in the beginning of April 2011, we'll be launching our Virtual Book Tour with Pump Up Your Book.com, something that can only happen in the Internet age. What is a VBT? Basically, it means we'll be hitting 15-20 important book review blogs with guest posts, interviews and reviews. Pretty cool, and we don't have to go to the airport or buy a bunch of books.
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4.1.11 | The Ten Little (Big) Piggies
Remember the ten little piggies? Well, they are not so little anymore. They have become fast growing, constantly pooping beasties that even their mom will be glad to separate from next week. Maria still loves them and they like to curl up together but life is a never ending search for food, and more food.
3.29.11 | Maggie, Rudy and The Wild Bunch
As I said last blog, Maggie has turned into an ungrateful, unlovable bitch-calf! The situation needs to be handled NOW. There is nothing more dangerous than a hand-reared animalpotentially weighing 1200 poundsthat has a bad attitude and no respect.
After a traumatic birth, Maggie the calf (apologies to Tennessee Williams) was finally dragged into the world from her mother, Mary Jane. Readers may recall that Mary Jane was the psycho cow that nearly killed my husband and was like a bull on steroids. Sadly (or not so sadly, depending on your point of view), she lost her battle with life and passed away a week after the birth.
2.28.11 | Tango the Wonder Dog, Part 2
Remember, I wrote earlier about how Tango, the lab seeing eye dog-in-training, broke me in as a test blind person, wearing glasses that completely obscured my vision. Here's what happened after the panic attack gave way to real panic:
Some days just stick in your mind for ever. I had one of those this week when I was invited to film at the Southeastern Guide dog campus, near Tampa. After getting lost and taking an unexpected tour of the crack houses of Bradenton, I was quite relieved to see the large sign indicating I had finally arrived at the right place.