I love catchy phrases. Especially if I can use it at least once in my lifetime!
Take the familiar phrase – “a picture paints a thousand words.” One of my favorites because sometimes a picture can tell you everything you need to know.
Frederick Barnard reportedly first used it in 1921 while commenting that graphics can tell a story as effectively as a large amount of descriptive text.
Today, Harley and Jaxson have two pictures which fit that descriptive definition pawfectly…
That’s right – we’re moving!
I’ve written often about my love for Charleston SC, and my desire to live there one day. Well that day has finally come. Our home sold faster than Jax could gobble dinner and this weekend we head south to my happy place!
While I am excited about this new journey, leaving Doodleville will be difficult. We’ve met some of the sweetest people on this earth in our cul-de-sac. Saying “so long” in a few days will not be easy. #waterworks
Many of them surprised us last week with the greatest farewell gift ever! They coordinated a group photo shoot in our backyard, so we could continue to look at those smiling faces – forever!…
Many new adventures lie ahead for Harley, Jaxson and I.
- parks, trails, and beaches to discover
- doggie day camp to experience
- vet. There will never be another “Doodle Doc” but we’ve got to find a vet
- groomer – OMDoodle – we’ll need a groomer too!
My first assignment though – is to pack a decent travel kit for them. Not sure how long our belongings will be in storage, so I’ve got to pack the essentials. #divodoodles
Transitioning permanently with two dogs becomes intimidating when you’ve actually got to do it #therealdeal
The boys are no dummies. They’ve started to sense a change. Boxes are everywhere so Harley’s been like velcro. Jax doesn’t know any better so he’s been like super glue “to” the velcro. #realsticky
They’ve decided to stay really close to me, so we’re the three doodleteers right now.
I’ve got to take the car into the shop tomorrow. This should be interesting. They’ve never been to a car dealership before and I’m sure the car dealerships never had doodles in their waiting area either. #trendsetter
On Friday – they’ll bark, run and romp for the last time at OTPR – I’ll be sure to take photos. Any words of wisdom from veterans who’ve relocated with pets before will be greatly appreciated.
This is our “wordy” contribution in the BlogPaws Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.