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the eric update - day 300: moving day! and where's the cat.

the big day for moving out of this sold house finally arrived and as they've done many times before a motley crue of family members showed up to help move our belongings. each time we move, they swear they're not going to help the next time, but they inevitably give in and lend a helping hand. many, many thanks to everyone who helped make the moving relatively quick and painless.

odin took all the disruption in stride and managed to get a couple of power naps while the rest of us trudged up and down three flights of stairs.

here he's enjoying a last swing in the empty house, watching his toes, blissfully unaware of all the adventures ahead as we really finally get down to the business of moving on.

mauja is also dealing with all the changes quite well and doesn't seem particularly overwrought now that cadence is gone.

but perhaps that's because he's preoccupied with grammy pam's cat.

malamutes are fantastic family dogs, as long as you always remember that they have a "highly developed" prey drive, that's almost impossible to extinguish.

and while i'd like to think that they'll make friends over the next month, history doesn't give me much hope.

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4/30/2005 11:29:00 PM 0 comments


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