I'm a Guest Blogger...

I am "pinch-hitting" today for the injured Rebecca over at Just Cherish Today.

As a substitute author on another blog, conventional wisdom dictates that I stick to a topic that I comfortable with--like crime, policing, or missing persons.

My post is on a dog movie. One that I have not even seen.

Game plan for disaster? Maybe.

Stop over at Rebecca's blog and wish her a quick recovery, and maybe the excellent trailer I attached to the post will compensate for my novice writing.

23 comments:

corvedacosta said...

Will do that now.

My Husband's Watching TV... said...

I love dog movies! I didn't know Brian Austin Green was in the pilot-I was so in love with him back in third grade! Did you find out why they moved from Indiana to CA??? I will not be able to sleep until I find out!

hurstburst said...

I'm putting this in my Netflix queue right now!

Herding Cats said...

I'm not sure I could handle that movie. Anything that deals with animals makes me cry. Hell, I cried at freaking I Am Legend when the dog turned into a zombie. No sad and/or inspirational animal movies for me!

Ann T. said...

Dear Slamdunk,
EXCELLENT pinch hit. It looks like a crier for me too! But lovely.

Ann T.

Linz said...

Left a comment on the other blog, but thought I'd write another one here! I know the story and I don't know if I'm up to seeing it on the screen. It's too sad and too haunting. :(

Confessions From A Working Mom said...

What a tease you are! Now I have to make a stop over to that other blog and see what movie you're referring too!

Thanks for the love on my blog today. My daughter is actually pretty well behaved in church, but you're right, some people don't think it's a place for kids. I don't get that...

~Elizabeth
Confessions From A Working Mom

Miss Caitlin S. said...

how awesome!

CMA said...

really love your blog, keep it up!
thanks for sharing as always
and thanks for the sweet comments, means the world!

-cma
COSMICaroline.blogspot.com

Conquer The Monkey said...

will check out your guest post! which dog movie, hmmmmm

Luisa Doraz said...

You got it! :)

Midlife Jobhunter said...

Headed over.

Javajune said...

You are a wonderful writer and I'm sure your post will be well written and intertaining. I cann't watch sad animal movies I'm too much of a softy. Have a wonderful thursday.
xo-jj

corvedacosta said...

I loved your post

MONICA-LnP said...

Novice writing,paleeease,you are a fantastic writer! loved the post by the way.

Helen Ginger said...

That's funny. I'm sure you'll do well and no one will bark at you.

Helen
Straight From Hel

Helen Ginger said...

That's funny. I'm sure you'll do well and no one will bark at you.

Helen
Straight From Hel

Slamdunk said...

Thanks for the kind words and for playing along.

@ Confessions from...: That must be the former business and marketing student that took over my actions momentarily.

@ Herding Cats: Dog zombie that brings tears--now that is interesting.

Slamdunk said...

Oh and Corve: You are doing great blogging yourself--I enjoyed your review of the movie.

LadyFi said...

A dog movie... that's bound to have me reaching for the Kleenex! ;-)

Lipstick said...

just returning....

That movie sounds as evil as Where the Red Fern Grows. I envision my shoulders shaking, my contacts totally fuzzy and screwed up, my nose runny, my breathing ragged, and my heart in shreds. Sounds like it's well made though.

Holly said...

A dog movie...bet my kid has seen it...all they do in school is watch dog movies.

Jeanette K. said...

What a fabulous-looking blog ... i love the bright red kiss!