Wednesday, March 14, 2007
My Sea Breeze RV has gone to the dealer's lot
One thing that hasn't yet been done is to inter Annie's ashes in the new burying ground at our church. I wanted to wait until the space was finished which didn't happen until late Nov or Dec, then I really didn't want to do it in the winter. We were all set for this Sunday, March 18th, until B's Navy ship got scheduled for emergency yard work in San Diego for four weeks or so. We moved the date to April 1st but I wasn't very happy about using that date. It turns out that the ship couldn't get a yard date that soon so he is back and I just found out today that we can still go for this Sunday. We will do that at 12:30 local time.
We are moving closer to the wedding date of April 28th. We have asked folks to please let us know if they are coming so we have an idea how many to plan for and we seem to get a couple of contacts or so a day. Our simple little see the judge and get married original plan has turned into something a lot larger. But it will be fun and we are looking forward to sharing it with many friends and family. Now if we can only get the sun to shine that day!
As far as the cats go, I have always found that if you just put them together andlet them hiss, they will eventually settle in. Are you moving to pat's or is she moving to your place? THAT may make a difference as far as Huggy is concerned, Just make sure she knows you are there too.
(((Hugs))) to you both.
I will say a prayer for Annies earthly reamains. May she rest in peace. I am glad you got to do this before your wedding. Kind of a closure to that chapter of your life. Like a really good book, that you wish could have gone on longer. But a story that you will carry with you for the rest of your life. And now you are opening a whole new book!
Must have been bittersweet to trade in the SeaBreeze. I hope you and Pat (& Huggy) have many wonderful adventures in your new RV.
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