Due to the rash of attacks in North Carolina this year – the word “shark” has come up in our household more often than the word “dog,” which is a bit of a feat considering that we have two of them. (Dogs, not sharks.)
Due to the rash of attacks in North Carolina this year – the word “shark” has come up in our household more often than the word “dog,” which is a bit of a feat considering that we have two of them. (Dogs, not sharks.) Richard Green AP
Due to the rash of attacks in North Carolina this year – the word “shark” has come up in our household more often than the word “dog,” which is a bit of a feat considering that we have two of them. (Dogs, not sharks.) Richard Green AP