My new blog: Sundays with Beaumont

For sometime I have been posting FB conversations with Beaumont, the Sheepadoodle.

They’re light-hearted, funny talks that speak to me in different ways.

What I truly enjoy about them is the opportunity to stretch my creative writing muscles, to create a ‘persona’ for Beau that is consistent, quirky and a bit sassy.

Over time, people have suggested I write a book about my conversations with Beau. Last Sunday, a reader suggested I start a blog called, “Sunday’s with Beaumont” mostly because the conversations are usually posted on Sundays.

Yesterday I launched a new blog:  “Sundays with Beaumont“.

These are light-hearted, sassy talks in which Beaumont generally always gets the last word and my human peculiarities are the constant source of his back-talk.

I hope you join me in our chats.

I love the idea of bringing joy and sassiness into the world through conversations with my furry friend Beaumont.

I hope you do too!

Here is a portion of yesterday’s chat. You can read the rest at the blog:

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Beaumont: So… what’s with the blog you’ve started about me?

Me: Well, it’s not really about you. It’s about our conversations. I’m sharing them.

Beaumont: I see. And when were you going to tell me about this?

Me: I am. Right now.

Beaumont (sarcastically): How thoughtful. Have you spoken with my lawyers?

Me: Pardon me? Your lawyers?

Beaumont: Yes. If you plan on capitalizing on my brilliance by using my words in a commercial endeavour, then I need to ensure my rights are protected.

Read the rest of the convo HERE.

 

Please visit us at Sundays with Beaumont. We promise to keep you…. amused!

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