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My Dog Loves Lisa Schroeder

So Lisa Schroeder is having a contest, and one of the entries is to take a fun picture with her books. My dog Wrigley decided to be my model and she enjoyed reading Lisa's novel, I Heart You, You Haunt Me. She would have also read Far From You, but that one sitting in my office at work. She posed so well, I just had to share!


  1. Awww! Your doggy is so cute! :)

    And you've been tagged:

  2. So adorable! I wish my doggy would read with me LOL.

  3. She's so cute! Is she named after the gum?

  4. She's named after Wrigley Field, which is where the Chicago Cubs play (can you tell we're fans) and yes, the park is named after the gum, so in a roundabout way she's named after the gum too!:)


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