And the author has chosen–wait for it, wait–“Tales from the Barking Muse” to honor his canine inspiration, Fiona.
Tales from the Barking Muse by Gerry Goldshine
Gerry has been a regular contributor for months now. It’s about time he gets his OWN space.
However, there are so many choices for snappy names that we’re a little overwhelmed. Here is Gerry’s take on the name game. Vote for one or suggest your own.
How does “The Cite Book” sound?
OR perhaps like the old song, “Radar Love”?
This one’s kind of long; it’s from season one of Adam 12….”The Only Thing Black & White About This Job Is The Car.” “Eleven Eighty-Three” (actually I kind of like that one) 11-83 is police speak for traffic collision unknown if injuries, ambulance enroute.
“Five Deuces” (My single shift record which I believe still stands and also a play on the poker hand) .
Starting tomorrow, check in for his humorous three-part post about an unusual pursuit.
Gerry was born in Providence, Rhode Island but raised in Southern California.
Upon graduating from California State University, Los Angeles, Gerry enlisted in the Army and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant.
After leaving active duty in 1979, he worked for Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office. From 1980 until his retirement