Friday, February 12, 2010

Puppy Love

Here's Coco!



What a trip. Chicago enjoyed 12 inches of snow on Tuesday, which delayed my 5 hour round trip to Madison Wisconsin to get little pup.
I also enjoyed the earthquake Wednesday morning at 4:00 am. In the meantime, New Jersey enjoyed 12 inches of snow on Wednesday. Everywhere I was and wanted to be it was snowing!

Thursday was clear and dry and I went to the farm to pick up Coco. It was such a joy to watch the cotton candy sunrise over the fields of northern Illinois. I forgot how beautiful a snow covered flat landscape can be.

Coco was the first puppy to leave the farm and she had a bit of crying when we drove away but we soon settled in together.

She was able to meet some of my Illinois friends before going home. Sheila helped us so much at O'Hare - I could not have managed without her! Thanks, Sheila!

I arrived home after an "on-board" flight delay about 8pm.

Chillin' with her new friends

Me trying to stop a moving a target -


Needless to say, my DH is in love with his new valentine.


I had a wonderful trip filled good friends, food and quilts. I'll share more this week.

19 comments:

  1. Cute, Cute, Cute. Rich looks so happy. Made the strategic error of telling Livi you got a puppy. Guess what she wants ?

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  2. Ah, I hope to see more of coco. What a sweetie!!

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  3. You lucky girl you!!! Welcome home! how darn cute...

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  4. OMG! She is so cute! What a wonderful Valentine's/Anniversary present. And what is Rich giving you? lol

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  5. What a sweetie! Life without a dog just isn't complete, in mho. You're going to have so much fun!

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  6. Oh, what is sweeter than a puppy?

    NOTHING!

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  7. Coco is beautiful! Happy Valentines!

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  8. She is just gorgeous. Enjoy and have a great Valentines :-)
    Cheers
    Lynne

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  9. We had a chocolate lab in the past and we now have a 10 year old yellow lab. They are the best dogs...very loyal. Just beware of the cute faces they make to get a treat from you. It works every time.
    Good luck with her,
    Karen

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  10. OMG! What a beautiful puppy. You're so lucky, my Boomer is now 3 1/2 and still not well behaved! A puppy is one of the best thing in the world!

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  11. Coco is just gorgeous. I look forward to seeing more of her in the future.

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  12. Awww what a cutie. Nothin' better than labs, they stay puppy like all their lives.

    Crispy

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  13. What a gorgeous pup, I'm looking forward to reading about the adventures of Coco.

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  14. What a beautiful little girl she is. I'm a sucker for a dog of any kind. I'll look forward to seeing more photos of all the trouble she gets into!

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  15. Sheila told me about all your travel snafus. Glad you and Coco are home safe and sound. Rich looks so happy!

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