Charlie Puppy made it off OK this morning. I think. He was crying up a storm when we had to leave him, but I think he was only crying slightly harder than I was. He still has another 11 hours until he gets to the Midwest.
We're getting ready to take apart the computer. It goes in unaccompanied baggage, along with ma games and trophies. (There's a little AFN humor for ya.) We're staying with Erin for two nights, so I might find the time to hop online at some point before we go.
Now I'm off to organize our school clothes, and maybe a winter coat.
We got a big kick out of this
Posted by: The Girl at April 24, 2006 01:55 PM (HqRyY)
I remember our last night in our on-post housing. We were only qualified to have four nights in the Krystall Inn so we "roughed" it for two nights on our own...only the army bed in the guest bedroom with one blanket and pillows...thank goodness it was the beginning of August and we didn't have to worry about staying warm! We caved in through and eventually went across the street to the Boggianos...yeah, we're babies!
Posted by: Nicole at April 24, 2006 07:49 PM (CpOyu)
Safe travels Charlie Boy! (oh and happy
Posted by: MaryIndiana at April 25, 2006 12:50 AM (YwdKL)
Godspeed on your travels Sarah! Oh and for Charlie too! I am sure he arrived in style and complete comtempt from being stuck in the belly of a plane, I'm mean come on according to him he should have been lounging in first class!
We just sent our puppy Bella back two weeks ago and I cried while the dog gave me this pathetic look. Bella arrived fine and I am sure Charlie will too!
Posted by: Household6 at April 25, 2006 01:14 AM (Gj0PV)
I'm guessing my grandpuppy should be in Kansas City by now. I'm sure the airlines took good care of him, even though he probably was wondering what in the world was going on and where are my Mommy and Daddy? Good luck with the movers on Tues. and I will talk to you soon.
Love you both,
Posted by: Nancy at April 25, 2006 03:01 AM (5taAd)
Less than a week! LESS THAN A WEEK!
That last night goes on forever. You can't sleep. I sure couldn't.
The tacos, they are calling your name.
Posted by: Jason at April 25, 2006 10:04 AM (vPhtz)
Just a note. Charlie is doing fine and loves the backyard. He can not decide which animal to chase or smell. The only bad thing is that he brought cold and rainy weather with him from Germany. I guess it might help with the transition.
Posted by: ME at April 25, 2006 06:44 PM (g1qn0)
I've been thinking about Charlie and wondering how he did with the flight and adjusting to new surroundings. He's probably in heaven with his new playmates and the backyard. Have fun!
Posted by: Nancy at April 27, 2006 02:09 AM (OeioM)
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