NYT bestselling author of four novels: The Dogs of Babel, Lost & Found, The Nobodies Album & Harmony. Plus that Eloise piece from the New Yorker.
Joined on 11 March, 2010
Just heard "Groove Is In the Heart" and I was remembering that when it first came out, my husband would ask, "Wait, where is groove?" And the song would answer him.
1. My husband is a total dork and probably so am I
2. We've been together a looong time
22 hours into the dog's 24 hour fast, and she's reverted to a primal scavenger state, hunting for crumbs in every neglected corner of the house. Meanwhile, I'm so guilty I can hardly look her in the face and am not sure I can hold out the last 2 hours...
It took me a long time to understand that even dogs are "asking" you for something, and it's not any of the usual suspects, they may not know what they want, either. They just want something to feel different than it does now, and they're hoping you can help. True of babies, too.