Last evening my DSO and I headed south to Columbus, Ohio, home of the Ohio State University. A trip that should have taken about 2 hours and 20 minutes ended up taking 3 and a half. Between traffic back-ups and a detour, I wasn't sure we'd ever make it.
Peanut was adopted last evening. It was one of those bittersweet moments that I have mentioned often on my blog. These pictures of Peanut were taken in the Wendy's parking lot on the way down. I couldn't decide which one to choose, so I chose them all. The lighting must have been perfect because these are some of the best pictures I've taken of her. Doesn't it look like she is smiling at me?
Each of my fosters has taken a little piece of my heart with them ~ some more than others. My Eema and Peanut have each taken a really big piece. At this rate, I just may end up heartless...lol!
Here is the happy family ~ Tom and Ronna along with Peanut's new two-legged siblings Tess and Luke. Tom and Ronna are pug people. Their pug Otis passed away in January after having been sick for a year. I think Peanut will have a very good life with them :)
Ronna was holding Peanut when I quietly left. I couldn't bear to have her cry. I do believe this is another Ohio Pug Rescue success story.
As I like to remind you on a regular basis, if you plan on getting a pet, please adopt!!! Do not support puppy mills by purchasing from a pet store!
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My son J and grandson Jake went to Chicago for the weekend to visit family. Here is Jake with his two (second?) cousins riding the El. They look pretty happy.
Today I headed to the Gathered Treasures primitive craft/antique show. I will share a few of my treasures in another post. I was going to take pictures of both Alice's and Rhonda's booths but forgot all about it until I was on my way home:( Speaking of on my way home . . . the route home was through BFE. One of the railroad crossing had a stopped train. It would start, stop, start and stop again. Get the picture? I sat at this crossing for FORTY MINUTES!!! I was going stir crazy ~ nothing to read, nothing to occupy my hands. My GPS is in Chicago with my son, my cell phone has no reception, so I was totally stuck. Oh, I just don't have the patience for that!!! This was NOT my weekend for road trips. I think I'd better stay home the rest of the weekend.
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Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you are all having a great weekend.
Pug hugs :)