Tuesday, July 3, 2012

I loved this story

Do you remember MAXDOG  from South Africa?
  He was friends with every furry and human in the world!
  Maxdog wanted to make  a difference in this big world of ours, and he did!
 He made a difference in my life.  He showed us how to live life to the fullest, and not give up just because the doctor says you are sick.   Maxdog's mom, Caryl Moll created  this very beautiful story about how the little tiny Maxdog puppy  tugged at her heart, and became her heartdog.  He helped her rise above her depressions.
  I was honored to have won a copy of this treasured book.  I held the book close to my heart, and sometimes I layed my head on the cover, absorbing every word.  As my mommy and me read the pages, we found the story was more than just a book  about Max-. It was also about how the blogging community in the whole world circled around Max and his mom Caryl, with a circle of love when Max was sick.
Together we held paws- you and me.  The Power of the Paws ignited a tidal wave of caring from across the oceans and moutains and deserts for Max and Maxmom.
  Me and my mommy did not want this book to end. We savored every page.
We smiled, we laughed, we cried.
 And we took the words into our heart to Live every second  to the fullest.
 We also learned that there is  hope for many who have struggles and depressions.
  Maxdog left his pawprints all over our hearts. They will stay forever and ever.
   We thank Maxmom Caryl, for writing this beautiful, and honest love story.
 If you read this book- you will never forget it.
The book is available across  the whole world!
Remember too, that you can now buy a copy of this book on Amazon HERE


Chatty Crone said...

What a special book and a special dog. It sounds sweet. sandie

Two French Bulldogs said...

That is one cool book
Benny & Lily

Barbara said...

I gotta get that book! Thanks for the review, Twee!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Lots of touching paws always makes a difference Tweedles !
Sounds like a lovely book.

Unknown said...

Dearest Tweedles,
Thank you so much for putting up this special and beautiful post. Maxmom says that she REALLY appreciates it. You are a wonderful cyber-friend and we are so happy that the book touched you in the same way as Max touched Mom's life. You, however, touch our lives daily...and we are so grateful to the universe for this. The world of doggie-bloggers is simply amazing, and the power of the paw is just that...POWERFUL! Friendship is one of the greatest gifts we can give. Thank you, thank you, thank you ..for yours!
Lotsalicks from TOBY
Lotsaluv from MAXMOM, TAMMY & TOFFEE...in South Africa

Bouncing Bertie said...

I loved reading the book too, and this is a wonderful post.
Well done Tweedles!

Unknown said...

Nice post and we wish you a good day!
Best wishes Molly

Molly the Airedale said...

What a beautiful book review, Tweedles!

Love ya lots,
Mitch and Molly

The Daily Pip said...

Oh, I really want to read this book! It sounds very special!

Your pal, Pip

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Sounds like a very special book!

Sankissjuice said...

The book sounds amazing. I am getting a copy. Come review our newly released summer blockbuster. Maybe with you advertising, every paw and tail and pig will fall in love with it too :)

I'll be back,

Too Cute Pugs said...

What a wonderful book, sweet Tweedles!

Thanks for sharing!

Pug love from,
Pearl & Daisy

K9 Katastrophie said...

Sounds like a grreat book! Thanks for sharing about it!!


Studio at the Farm said...

Tweedles, that sounds like such a wonderful book. I enjoyed reading about how you were liking the book, and absorbing some of it by osmosis! I used to study like that sometimes - not quite as effective as actually reading. :)
Hugs to all of you!

How Sam Sees It said...

I think Maxdog shows all of us how lucky we are to be part of this awesome community!


Oskar said...

Tweedles, that sounds pawsome. We can really relate, as my mom person suffers from depressions. I have helped her a lot.

I'm going to buy her this book for her birthday.

Happpy Fourth of July Tweedles,

Soggibottom said...

If it's sad :-) I might dither reading it :-) BUT because you have suggested it, it must be good :-) My mum used to have a Golden Retriever, such beautiful dogs. If I told you his name was MAxi :-) you wouldn't believe me :-) but it was... I have to read this book :-)
Lots of loves young Tweedles :-) X X X

Gracie and Bobbi said...

Oh Tweedles, you are so precious!! And I cannot wait to read this book about another precious fur friend. I will be ordering it soon... hopefully a kindle version. (((HUGS)))

Suka said...

hey Tweedles,

I'm sold! That was a super post and you did Maxdog and Maxmom proud with your very candid review of their book. I am happy that the book touched your heart and it is amazing that even as an Angel, Maxdog and his mom are helping furries and people around the World. What a great legacy.

And my human K and I are always in awe by the Power of the Paws.

Hope you and your moms had a fun 4th of July!


NanaNor's said...

Hi Tweedles, I came to say hi because of Maxmom and glad I did. I look forward to getting to know you and seeing Oregon through your eyes. We used to live in northern Ca. but now live in Colorado. Thanks for sharing about Max's book, we loved it!!!!! Have a wonderful day!
Noreen & Hunter

Kitty+Coco said...

Thanks for the info Tweedles! Might have to check that book out. You are an inspiration to us..just so you know. We love how you bring nature to life and are so uplifting your your bloggy pals. Anyway, hope you had a great July 4th.


Anonymous said...

Hey Tweedles, Jet here.

Gosh, I can see Mom has a few tears in her eyes... what a beautiful tribute to Max, his Mom and their book.

Tweedles -- that's me said...


haopee said...

That's so sweet. Friends from different places can have such an effect on us. I am glad Max has touched you in a different way as he would have touched his other book readers.

You say the sweetest things to your friends.

Huggies and Cheese,


Winston Wilbur said...

Tweedles Mum and I need to gets this book and read it. I know we will just luv it. Thank you for sharing this with me and the blogging community.


Ziggy Stardust said...

Tweedles, Mommy is just starting to read this to me. We have had all kinds of power problems, but I hope things get back to normal. Thank you for your report, I can't wait to finish it and then I can spread the word of this wonderful story also. I hope you had a nice holiday. Mine was ok, but noisy and stormy and no power.

Loveys Sasha

fromsophiesview said...

Hi Tweedles...this is me testing thingies...here goes!

fromsophiesview said...

SO....I just did my test and guess what....success...no popups....so RELAX and have Marguerite on us!

Jans Funny Farm said...

You were so fortunate to win a copy of this book. We imagine it's really good.

Scrappy Angel said...

that story sounds pawmazing and right up my alley - heading to the blog and fb page first! Thanks so much for the recommendation!

Jan Mader said...

What a good book review Tweeds. Now I have two books I want to read...yours and this one. What an honor to have a book reviewed by you! xoxooxxoox

Chicco said...

I'm going to tell to my sister to read this book! Thank you so much.
Have a nice sunday.
Woof, woof,


Sharon Wagner said...

I'm so glad the blogging community helped Max and his family. Facebook always leaves me feeling like a loser. But staying in touch with blogging friends is the opposite. And the cover art is so beautiful on Max's book. I'll have to check out the link.

stellaroselong said...

Mom is going to try to order this book so we can learn and enjoy the message also!

KB said...

Dear Tweedles, What a wonderful review. When MaxMom learned about K's illness, she sent me a copy but suggested that I might wait until later to read it all because of what I'm going through now. I've read a few chapters, and I agree with your review SO whole-heartedly. What a journey Max's life was.

bbes tribe said...

Tweedles, your post gave our Mom goosebumps. She liked it and what it said. BTW we were near Molalla twice this past week. Going to southern OR and then coming back. Gotta say we thought of you a lot when we went past the turnoff. Hope you are having a good week!
Ernie and the pack

Frank The Tank said...

Tweedles this book review was wonderful, it sounds like such a great book! I will have to check it out for sure! Love and Licks from Frank xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx