Bad Dogs Have More Fun: Selected Writings on Family, by John Grogan

By John Grogan

Undesirable canine Have extra enjoyable is an unforgettable number of greater than seventy-five newspaper articles from The Philadelphia Inquirer written through former columnist John Grogan. Combining humor, wit, poignancy, and affection, those columns supply perception into the fascinating and beautiful international we are living in. no matter if it's writing approximately animals (from canine to elephants to geese!), robust and relocating reviews approximately his personal and different households, trenchant reviews on life’s foibles and farces, or his interviews and interactions with those who are memorable and strange of their personal correct, John Grogan makes us laugh-he makes us cry-he makes us think.Visit www.baddogshavemorefun.comA percent of the gains from the sale of this e-book will visit the nice puppy origin, the place canines support people heal.To examine extra, stopover at

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Qxd 26 7/23/07 10:08 AM Page 26 Bad Dogs Have More Fun on home probation. Within hours she had run away again, and this time the judge locked her up for 22 days. Kate, a thin girl with long dark hair and pretty eyes, is not sure why she was so angry. She had never known her father, but her childhood in the suburbs was otherwise fully ordinary. “I just had this image of myself as this hardened, tough girl,” she says. On Halloween 2002, a month after her 16th birthday, she learned she was pregnant.

On this achingly lovely day, I had no place to hide. My little game was up. Speeder Dad was guilty as charged. qxd 7/23/07 10:08 AM Page 40 = April 25, 2005 Introducing a Gift Named Danny Friday was the day Susan Haggerty had apprehensively awaited for weeks. Her coming-out day. Nerves on edge, she walked into her son Jack’s fourthgrade class at St. Alphonsus in Maple Glen, Montgomery County. Jack greeted his mother at the door and then returned to his seat, surrounded by his classmates. He, too, was ready for this moment.

By 13, he’ll consider me somewhere between mold spores and pond scum on the spectrum of valued information sources. I thought I’d better enjoy the babble while I could. He’s talking now, I told myself, let him. Soon enough he just might go silent, and then I’d be kicking myself. So I rolled down the windows to breathe in the country smells of mowed hay and cow manure and let the inquisition continue. His mind was a preadolescent cauldron of popping, snapping, crackling synapses, and it jumped all over as he chased his curiosity.

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