Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Wagging on Wednesday with Bino
Wagging on Wednesday is brought to us today by Thao, from over at serene hours, and her dog Bino. Thao is a regular visitor to the Dog Fact#9 blog, and a positively delightful person who always has something nice to say. She also lives in Vietnam, which is a place I have always wanted to go, and so I daydream that one day Thao and I will meet up there! (Who said I wasn't a dreamer?) What inspired Bino's name? I got his name from a novel about dogs, Bino was the closest friend of the main lead - a dog called Beto. (A Vietnamese novel about a dog, roughly translated, I AM BETO.) Bino was white and nice and very active just like my dog, so I named mine after that character. Look at your dog right now. Can you tell what he/she is thinking? He's thinking how mean the other dog called Puppy (owned by cousin) is. Puppy is younger but he eats a lot, he always steals food from Bino and he's jealous when Bino gets patted by us as well T.T If you were a dog, whose dog would you want to be? My Mum's. Sometimes she takes more care of Bino than me : ) I want to be Suri Cruise's dog too, the kid is too adorable and she's not afraid of dogs! Does Bino have any super powers? Bino doesn't have any super powers...but he can do so-called dance moves : D What books is your dog looking forward to in the coming months? Your book, maybe? My dog doesn't read, only I do. I'm looking forward to lot of books, to name a few they are Evermore, Willow, Taken By Storm, Love You Hate You Miss You...I also want to read The Dust Of 100 Dogs. ^^ Thanks, Thao, for bringing Bino around to meet us today! I was going to put together an Arizona pic-fest for the blog by now, but I've got to do a university chat today and I'm still sleeping off my jetlag (of course yesterday the kids had to jump on me at 6AM, right?) So, be patient with me and I hope to have a pic-fest blow-by-blow of Arizona on the weekend, complete with a contest! For now--a small bit of random linkage. Random Linkage: If you're interested in the deeper meanings in D100D, and how the book came about, you can read the Backstory of the book over at MJ Rose's Backstory blog.