Friday, July 3, 2009

Lily and Norman's Great Adventure

Here are some photos from Lily and Norman's trip to Tennessee on Monday, and as they are getting to unload on arrival - they're wearing fly masks since they were traveling with windows down (but bars up of course) due to the heat.





Melissa at Paradigm Farms has just done a wonderful post on how they are settling in, with some great photos - "Lily and Norman" - if you follow the link you'll see that they're doing really well!

10 comments:

  1. The post at Melissa's was excellent and you should feel "at ease" with them caring for your precious two. Luanne

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  2. Good post from Paradigm on Lily & Norman - appears to be good karma, all the way around. Those times when your heart aches a bit and you miss them, certainly a smile should come when you think of where they are.

    Hey . . . how's the war wound(s)??????

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  3. Jon - the bruises are getting better, but still really ugly colors - I expect for a while. No lasting damage, except for a couple of chipped teeth that my dentist may have to do something about - once I can let him touch my chin!

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  4. They are so dear in the trailer photos. I popped over to Paradigm Farms blog and saw their lovely turnout pictures. What a happy place to be!

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  5. Thanks for the pictures and the update. Melissa's post was great too. You must feel so good about your decision now! It looks like it was exactly right for both Norman and Lily. :o)

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  6. Lovely post about a happy ending to the long trip. Lily and Norman seem to have settled in quickly and seem to be quite content. What a perfect ending!!

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  7. Bless, little nosey faces out the window. That's a fair trek, glad they arrived safely! Fab photos, old and new, on the Paradigm blog.

    Cool trailer btw ;)

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  8. Danni - Melissa at Paradigm takes great photos, doesn't she?

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