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A Homecoming! August 5, 2012

Posted by littlebangtheory in Love and Death.
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My recent Dash’n’Snatch run to Boston was to retrieve my elder daughter Mer and my new grandauger Franchesca, who are moving to Boston from California.

I’m thrilled to have Meredith back where I can visit regularly and perhaps even help out once in a while!

Here they are, visiting the Bridge of Flowers while staying with me for a few days:

…and again at the Hail to the Sunrise Park in Charlemont:

This was my first time meeting Chessie, and she’s a real sweetie!  🙂

After a few days here, it was off to her Mom’s house, where Chessie was greeted by the Neighborhood Welcome Waggin’, Cooper:

I suspect Pagan Sphinx will have plenty of photos from their visit, as Mer is likely to spend somewhat more time with her Mom – there’s a lot more to do there, places of interest within walking distance and a friendly dog to play with rather than our skeptical Mr. Cat, who pitched a hissy whenever Franchesca suggested that they PLAY!!!!!!

Hey, he’s a cat, she’s a dog, and never the twain shall meet.

Anyway, Welcome Home, Meredith and Chessie!  🙂

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1. susancrow - August 12, 2012

I’m so happy for all of you that Meredith and Chessie are back in New England (Chessie for the first time, I understand). They are lovely girls and I’m sure you’re thrilled to bits. Now I’ll be able to tell Pagan I’ve seen them both.

2. TheCunningRunt - August 12, 2012

Thrilled indeed! I have a “date” with Mer tomorrow. It’s SO GOOD not to have her a continent away! 🙂


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