Lisa K. Friedman, Author

LKF's essays appear in the New York Times and The Huffington Post, among other publications. She is the author of the books Cruise to Retribution, and Nothing to Lose.

Lisa keeps her diplomas over her washing machine, Hershey's chocolate in her nightstand and eats ice cream out of the container with a fork. She is never without a copy of Strunk and White's Elements of Style because "you never know when you’re going to need to conjugate."
It took four people seven hours, but I think we finally did it. We found a name. 
We named him Tiller, as one who steers a sailboat.  

And, in our first 12 hours together we’ve amassed some important info: 

Tiller does not eat deer poop!
He likes birds.
He’s fast and can speed under the fence.

He likes other dogs
30 minutes of play equals 30 minutes of nap.
Shoelaces make the best toys.
Wood floors have no traction.

It took four people seven hours, but I think we finally did it. We found a name. 

We named him Tiller, as one who steers a sailboat.  
And, in our first 12 hours together we’ve amassed some important info: 
Tiller does not eat deer poop!
He likes birds.
He’s fast and can speed under the fence.
He likes other dogs
30 minutes of play equals 30 minutes of nap.
Shoelaces make the best toys.
Wood floors have no traction.
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