will tell you, when we both arrived at he meeting point (In
& Out Burger - YUM!) we were like 2 live wires. The drive
up gave us such excitement with the anticipation of seeing
Disco again. We parked and shortly after, Andy and Mark arrived.
We stepped over to the car and saw that Disco was looking
all about. I can say that she looked as though she was home.
In this I mean, Andy and Mark had given her love and care
so that she felt comfortable enough with the trip from Kelseyville,
lifted her from the cage and were pleasantly surprised
at her growth. She had been and a third smaller the last
we held her.
Over all it was wonderful
to get her home! The drive was short compared to the drive
up. She wanted to play and snuggle. The day had been a
long one - the drive from Kelseyville and now the drive
to San Diego. Wow!
Marcus and Andy (thank
you again, guys!)
Andy with Disco
- saying farewell seemed difficult for them and we understood.
Ken - he is the one
with the smile from ear-to-ear.
Disco is the other.
understood that she wanted to crash. But the best of this
was that she wanted to be loved. She nusseled up against
my arms and hands on the way home and would glace up at
Ken as he was driving and with those big brown eyes, I
could feel she knew she was home.
Disco and I. Finally!