“It’s about Franny. I got her from a shelter,” said White, a Trigg County native and former Trigg elementary and high school teacher. “This first one is about my imaginings of what her life might have been like before she came to the shelter. This woman finds her, and there’s danger involved, and all those kinds of things that happen.”
White has had Franny for about 10 years. She said she got her from a shelter in Clarksville that has since closed its doors. Franny was an adult at that time, and White wanted an adult dog. Her daughters were off-put at first by Franny’s disheveled appearance, but she won them over with her personality.
“My girls and I have been writing Franny stories all her life,” said White.
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