Last week in Monday Morning Mojo: our intrepid bulldog continued his quest for chewage. After exhausting his supply of those items found on the floor, he moved on to objects found hanging within shoe racks and resting on the sofa. This week he turns to those things residing in the lower shelves of our bookcases, namely, books.
WHAT: Living Dead in Dallas, by Charlaine Harris, second in the Southern Vampire series in which ultra-cute barmaid Sookie Stackhouse meets the mysterious vampire Bill and a whole lot of exciting vampiric happenings ensue.
“Oh, ho!” You might say, “Mojo dislikes the occult: vampires, shape-shifters, witches, fairies and other demonic stuff, that’s all!”
Take a look at this:
WHAT: Mere Christianity, by Christian apologist C.S. Lewis.
BONNIE’S REACTION: Really, this is getting old. Can’t you learn any new tricks? What, do you think money grows on trees? Those chew toys we got you aren’t to your liking? Am I getting through to you, dog?
BONNIE: Well, I guess you are kind of cute with your big brown eyes and the way your lower jaw sticks ou—
MOJO: (Snorts and slobbers on Bonnie’s jeans)
REPLACEMENT COST: Harris book: $7.99. Lewis book: $5.95. And I had to wash those jeans, too.