Friday, February 19, 2010

Yeah, what HDT said!

O how I laugh when I think of my vague indefinite riches
No run on my bank can drain it,
for my wealth is not possession
but enjoyment.

~ Henry David Thoreau


Leaving for Michigan to bring home Ginsberg!


'You're coming back, right'?


And thank you, friends, for your wonderful encouragement!

Photos courtesy of Sarah Ivers

18 comments:

Julie B. said...

Looking forward to meeting the newest member of the pack!!

J said...

Looking forward to a surfeit of gorgeous puppy photos... *makes high pitched squealy noise*

Finding Pam said...

Safe Journey and can't wait to see Ginsberg.r

Rudee said...

I can't wait to meet him. Hurry Kathleen, but drive safely!

steven said...

kathleen how cool!!!! i am really looking forward to the ginsberg stories, the ginsberg photos and the big doggy meeting that will take place when he gets there will be wickedgood fun!!! steven

Linda said...

Looking forward to you sharing your journey to increased "wealth." Watched "Iron Will" recently and fell in love with Gus, the lead dog.Take care!

♥ Boomer ♥ said...

Safe travels!!! Arf Arf! ♥

Gaston Studio said...

Safe journey; can't wait to see the newest addition!

Erin Davis said...

I'm SO excited for you, Kathleen! And that picture of you makes me wish we could take a road trip together!

Kathleen said...

@Julie: Me, too! When do you suppose?

Kathleen said...

@J: Love that high-pitched squealing sound. We're hearing a bit of it these days! Miss you, J!

Kathleen said...

@Finding Pam: Thank you! The journey was indeed safe and the outcome wonderful! I so appreciate your support!

Kathleen said...

@Rudee: Thanks, my friend. Sorry I've been such a poor visitor lately. Hope that changes as we settle into a routine.

Kathleen said...

@Steve: LOL! Love that wickedgood fun. That's exactly what it's been. We have quite a pack now! And the little man a wonderful addition.

Kathleen said...

@Linda: Ha! That's the first movie I watched after I learned to mush. I need to rent it again. One of the reporters in the movie is a distant relative. He's a local actor who frequently has parts in movies made around here.

Kathleen said...

@Bommer: Thanks! AAAA-ooooooooo! We were able to get Ginsberg to howl on the way home. So cute!

Kathleen said...

@Jane: Thanks, you! Must get over for a visit. I've terrible about visits lately. As soon as I have a free second, I try to sleep. The house shows it -- and so do I! LOL!

Kathleen said...

@Erin: Road trip!!! Love 'em. Where shall we go?

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