I Have a Dog in This Fight!

Nov
6


It’s Election Day! Don’t forget to do your doo-ty! Vote Giant Puppy!


Coco is running for president with Chloe as her VP. We can make double history here–the first female President/VP combination in the White House PLUS the first canines in charge of our great country. We know things can only improve, even if they get some slobber on the desk in the Oval Office and something smells in the corner. They’re running on a strong platform of more cookies and more naps for everyone.

It’s not too late–write them in!

P.S. With this weekend’s workshop over, I’m trying to wrap up the final revisions on my book. I’ll be back asap! Thanks for understanding. And don’t forget to vote!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 6, 2012  

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  1. 11-6
    3:59
    pm

    More cookies and naps–that’s a platform I can get behind!

  2. 11-6
    4:06
    pm

    You are SO goofy! (Hmmm…but I like goofy…) Never mind. Carry on!

  3. 11-6
    4:08
    pm

    They’ve definitely got my vote!! :woof:

  4. 11-6
    4:18
    pm

    What a great picture of the two dogs! Can we get it for a screensaver?

  5. 11-6
    4:59
    pm

    I’d much rather Coco and Chloe be in the White House than either of the two nominees!!!

  6. 11-6
    6:02
    pm

    They’re looking very Presidential.

  7. 11-6
    6:25
    pm

    Schuckens!! Why didn’t you think of this sooner. I voted last week…I’m giving up TV for a week and will be cooking up a storm with your recipes.

  8. 11-6
    7:11
    pm

    I would totally vote for them, if my BFF Lettie (Black Lab) can be SecState! Actually, I’d vote for them anyway!

  9. 11-6
    7:29
    pm

    No matter who gets in as president there’s always something smelly in the corner!!

  10. 11-6
    8:08
    pm

    ATTAAAA Boy!!!!!!!
    DOG CATCHER; SUZANNA (WRITE IN)

  11. 11-7
    12:48
    am

    You ask for understanding–Jill Shalvis asks for cookies. . .Writers on deadline are needy bunch. . . what’s a blog reader to do? :)

  12. 11-7
    10:49
    am

    Take all the time you need. We will be eagerly waiting for the book and your return to daily posts. Your candidates have my vote too. :wave:

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