Still wondering what Holly was up to?
Wanna know what took 14 hours and put 700 miles on my new van?
Wanna see what put a giant smile on Holly’s face?
The Do Not Enter is how my butt felt about the car last night after I got home.
Driving over to eastern Oregon to meet Goldee was one fabulous road trip. I left Salem at 6:15 and picked up Joe and Holly in Tualatin at 7 am and the were off into the wild blue yonder.
Check out those skies, I’m not kidding.
We arrived in Baker City at 2:45 and Holly burst into tears of joy.
There in the back of a car sat Goldee, waiting ever so patiently for her new girl and boy to take her home.
All the way home, nearly 350 miles the shutter snapped.
Goldee couldn’t believe, nor could she count the number of times that she had to look back at me through the lens of the camera.
And what I saw on the other side of the lens is a dog that will hardly ever hear the word “no.”
Seriously, wouldn’t you give those eyes everything she wants?
According to Goldee, the seats were wonderful. I will never know because I sat on the floor of the minivan on the dog cushions so that she could be content on the seats.
This girl will never know anything but love and joy and frolic and fun.
Welcome home Goldee.