Marley and Me - Chapter Ten: The Luck of the Irish and Chapter Eleven: The Things He Ate Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Ten: The Luck of the Irish and Chapter Eleven: The Things He Ate Summary and Analysis

John surprises Jenny with a three-week vacation to Ireland, but they must find a suitable dog wrangler. Jenny asks one of her co-workers, Kathy, who is single, athletic, although a bit timid, and she says yes. John outlines in extreme detail Marley's care. As John and Jenny pull out of the driveway, Kathy stands beside Marley looking more than a little unsure. Ireland proves to be just what the Grogans need. They spend their days exploring at and at night stay in bed and breakfasts. For John, any chance of sexual activity is aborted by the creaking beds and numerous pictures of the Pope and Virgin Mary. Jenny, on the other hand, relishes the inappropriateness...

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