Jazzy is now a famous explorer, at least in Murfreesboro, NC. By default, I suppose, I am famous too. Check out the article in the The Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald
You can purchase the book from the Murfreesboro Historical Association, Inc. from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 18 at the Elizabeth S. Parker Memorial Library, located on Main Street in Murfreesboro. I'll be there to sign them.
It's just around the corner. The shops have all their decorations out. Musicians are pulling out the old, Holiday scores. Christmas is almost here and I have no ideas for my Jazzy Christmas photo.
Two years ago, I took a photo and made it look like Jazzy pulled of Santa's boot and ate his cookies. Last year, I made a drawing and put Jazzy and our pastor's dog Ned, in the manger scene. This year I've toyed around with several ideas: Jazzy eats the Elf on the Shelf, Jazzy puts holes in all the stockings, or Jazzy chews all the ornaments. None are popping with excitement in my head.
Hopefully, I'll get inspired before Christmas. While I am waiting on my brain to engage, enjoy the photos from 2019 and 2018.