SOLD! Eric’s house has sold, he’s moving on.
It can take forever, but things change: puppies become dogs, friends come and go, and people heal.
Eric is finally getting free from the tumors (bodily and people-shaped), all that vermin, those Realtors, those Doctors, that tore his life apart. But as he’d be the first to tell you, if you cut out a tumor, you’re left with a hole…
But still, onwards; and Eric’s steps aren’t so unsteady anymore, and the puppy – no… the dog, is at his side.
“And the Puppy Ain’t a Puppy No More” completes the story of getting back up and moving on after being hit by everything modern American life can throw.
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