Twitter | Search | |
Brent Jones
Author of Go Home, Afton πŸ“–. Married to πŸ’“ two dogs πŸ•. Likes bicycles 🚴 guitars 🎸 tattoos 🐾 beer 🍺 coffee β˜• and road trips 🚘.
2,996
Tweets
493
Following
671
Followers
Tweets
Brent Jones retweeted
Suzanna J. Linton May 14
I pulled a muscle last week while in the gym. My dumb behind didn't properly rest it and now I'm laid up in a recliner because my office chair is too painful to sit in.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones retweeted
TJ Connors May 14
Odd, most Carnies don't fit that profile at all...
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones retweeted
Thorold Public Library May 13
We’re excited to resume Genealogy Workshops with Steve Fulton (Ontario Ancestors President) on May 27th and June 17th (at 6:30). To be clear, we are excited for YOU. Not overly interested in digging further into our family tree. We've seen enough with the ones that are alive. πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones retweeted
Conan O'Brien May 13
How to get a Netflix special the hard way: do stand up for a decade The easy way: be a serial killer
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones retweeted
Dr. Skantze May 9
Go Home, Afton (Afton Morrison Book 1) by Brent Jones via
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones retweeted
Lacey London 26 Mar 18
Remember THIS when writing first drafts...
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones retweeted
Niagara this Week May 9
5 places in Niagara to get a great lunch under $9
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones retweeted
Joanna C. Valente May 9
A reminder: Editors are people with lives and feelings and emotions. We aren't just robots or faceless beings that only run publications. And most of the time, we do it for free or very little money on top of day jobs. Please be kind to us.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 8
Honestly, makes this series. If it weren't for her, I'm not sure would be as good. That said, the writing is excellent. I have a couple of episodes left to go. Can't wait to see how it ends.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 8
. is brilliant in . Hilarious and tragic all at once. Excellent new show on . Highly recommended.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 8
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 8
Guess who's home? Can't thank the folks at @uppercanadaanimalhospital enough, especially Drs. Turpel and Kanerva. It's so seldom that any organization wows me with their level of care, but wow! 🀩
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 7
Here's being dropped off for surgery at @uppercanadaanimalhospital this morning.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 7
Thank you.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 6
Replying to @chiyurodriguez
Thanks, Alex.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 6
Replying to @AuthorBrentJ
(6/6) ...June 30. If you're the praying type, please keep Stirling in your thoughts.
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 6
Replying to @AuthorBrentJ
(5/6) ...embodiment of good in the world, and we'd do anything to ease his pain. We're told that Stirling should regain most (if not all) of the use of his leg in about eight weeks. At the very least, we hope he'll achieve some degree of comfort by his sixth birthday on...
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 6
Replying to @kingprezgibson
(4/6) ...(including where we sleep) for the foreseeable future until he recovers. Combined with pain meds, it's the best we can do for now. Some people don't get it, I know. To some people, a dog is just a dog. But to us, Stirling (and ) is the living...
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 6
Replying to @AuthorBrentJ
(3/6) ...best of it, turning our living room into a sort of pillow fort in order to keep Stirling off of stairs and furniture, and to eliminate the temptation to stand up in the windows and bark at stuff. We've more or less barricaded our family of four into one room...
Reply Retweet Like
Brent Jones May 6
Replying to @AuthorBrentJ
(2/6) ...injury isn't uncommon in larger dogs, especially labs and lab mixes like Stirling. That knowledge makes it no less bearable, however, to watch our otherwise happy, healthy, energetic pup in constant pain, whimpering and afraid to stand up. We've tried to make the...
Reply Retweet Like