FUN AT THE BIG HOUSE
John and Mary Boyer generously opened their 12,000 square foot mansion on Toler's Ferry Road for the event. A steady stream of folks toured the spectacular house. I heard many ohhhs, ahhhs, and gasps as people appreciated the details and beauty of the interior. The home's elevator delighted those who had trouble going up and down stairs.
and Log Homes By Jack.
I had so much fun. I visited with old acquaintances, made new friends, and met talented and smart and caring people. As always, I enjoyed talking with fellow authors Becky Mushko, Lorie Long, Jane Smith, and Karen Wrigley. And I sold some of my books, too.
Dogs and cats who were quartered outside greeted people interested in adopting. Bedford Humane Society cat/dog foster parents walked several of the dogs through the house. I noticed how calm and well mannered they were, even though in new and busy surroundings.
life-sized dog with the red collar. King always
accompanies me to book events.
Tons of hard work, organization and dedication went into this event. All I did was attend and enjoy myself. I appreciate so much the time and effort Humane Society volunteers put in to make Woofs N' Purrs a successful event. I hope that many dogs and cats were adopted or are being considered for adoption because of this. If you are interested in adopting or fostering a dog or cat, please contact the Bedford Humane Society at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-586-6100. These furry friends desperately need forever homes.
And if you are in the market for a fine mansion, the BIG House is for sale!