BULLDOG BLASPHEMY! 7
Baby is a descendant of the Cherokee line of Bulldogs (Cody Sickle). His great grandfather, Champion Cherokee Yancey, is one of the greatest champions in bulldog history. He was the No. 1 bulldog in America in 1985. Also, during that year, he won Best of Breed at Westminster.
This is my younger sister, Anne. She and her husband drove all the way from the races in Daytona Beach just to come see us. They really came so they could meet Baby and George. It was just a coincidence that we both wore Texas Tech shirts. This image was taken about a week after my 62nd birthday.
This is the cover of my newest book, as well as the CD. Look very closely at this image. You'll smile when you see who's driving the scraper. My publisher knows how much I love my pets and allows images of one or more of my boys in each of my books. This time, it's George.
Here's an image taken on my birthday. I turned 62 a few weeks ago. But I'm concerned about retirement. The problem is that I enjoy my career too much to stop working.
Here's the hulk! He can look pretty mean, but he's got a very gentle and loving soul.
As you can see, I am famous, but only because Baby is so famous.
My boys get along so very well. Never even a growl between them. I am blessed.
And Delilah thinks she's a little bulldog, or that the boys are big cats.
This is one of my favorites, and it took about a year of watching and waiting with the camera to be in the right place at the right time. Notice that Delilah is really not concerned. It's like an F-16 being chased by a B-52.
I think this image speaks for itself. There's a lot of love in this family.
George knows this is Baby's favorite toy and he loves to rip it off and take it to his bed.
I'm proud of this shirt, and I love these Levi's.
Here's another sneak preview of the new children's book Kent Grubbs and I are creating, entitled "Space Bus." This home is real and it's located in my home town, Lubbock, TX.
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