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Author Karen Wilson reminisces on time spent with favorite pet.
West Seneca, NY (PRWEB) July 18, 2014
Dogs are often referred to as mans best friend as a result of the unbreakable bond they share with their owners. Dogs seem to provide unconditional love to their masters. Author Karen Wilson shares her memories of a special relationship with a golden retriever in her new memoir Dakota Gold (published by iUniverse)
Wilson describes the adventures of a puppy who seems to brighten the day of anyone he encounters. He grows larger every day and befriends Wilsons other dog, Chester. Rusty, as Wilson comes to call the puppy, has adventures involving rope swings, buckets, leaf piles, snowballs,and even a cow.
Wilson recalls her first encounter with Rusty in this excerpt from Dakota Gold:
I watched as this little tyke came running from the group of puppies as fast as his little legs would carry him. He was wearing a red ribbon and he was the most adorable bundle of golden softness I had ever seen-and he was running directly to me! When he reached me, he tried to jump up. Its me! Its me, Mama!
Through Rustys mischievous behavior, Wilson learns an important lesson from her dog: live every day to the fullest with the people you love.
About the Author
Karen Wilson is a retired nurse and published poet. She is a member of the American Legion Post as well as the Patriot Guard Riders of New York. When not spending time with her grandchildren, Wilson enjoys painting, writing poetry and reading in her home in New York.
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