Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Busy, Busy, Busy

A few weeks back an email came across my computer from Martha's Mutt Movers.  She was trying to coordinate getting Harvey from Florida to Illinois and they had some legs that were not covered from Atlanta to Knoxville going through Chattanooga.  Bob had been wanting to go to both cities to some enormous book stores, so I signed him up for the job!  Here is Bob with Harvey at his drop-off for the next driver.  I had fun watching the chatter on the computer all day as to where Harvey was and what he was doing.  We can hopefully help Martha out again and save another dog's life.
The next weekend, Mother's Day weekend, was the annual Botanical Garden Tour, which we haven't missed in 20 years.  The weather was the best it's ever been, very cool, and the gardens were fantastic.  The gardens this year were more textural in nature with less flowers, but very beautiful. We took 500 photos, so here is a sampling of the tour for those who couldn't go.  Lots of beautiful sculptures adorned these gardens, my favorite being the Indian girl at the top of my blog.

Then an email came from Julie asking me to foster Wolf, now called Woofie, who had been in the shelter for two months and they were no longer going to hold him.  I had him for five days and fell in love with this sweet, beautiful chow chow.  He looks like he could be Geisha's long lost brother.  Terri, Julie's friend who had adopted Mimi from her was coming through on a camping trip with the "sisters on the fly", a group of girls that get together with their vintage trailers.  Sounds like fun.  We met on Sunday and Mimi and Woofie hit it off!  I hated to see him drive off, but knew Panda would not accept a young male, but he is in good hands with Julie. 
This is Mimi and Terri, ready for their ride back to TN with Woofie.

Woofie, I miss you, and I will be keeping tabs on you!
              Off to Philadelphia next week for my mother's birthday, dinner with Sue and my brother, going to Bartram's Garden and Chanticleer with my mom, then will be home the following week.

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