Friday, January 11, 2013

Boy Meets Girl




This weekend for Trifextra, they are asking for 33 words about a new beginning.


Eyes meet across a noisy, crowded room.

Boy meets puppy, it's love at first sight.

Except there is a line to adopt,

interviews with the shelter, and

papers to sign first.

Finally, together!

20 comments:

  1. I like this! We experienced something similar when our sons got cats. It's been three years and they adore those pets :)

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    1. Oh we have cats in the family, but the boy needs a dog to chase after. Cats don't really do that, unless they are the ones doing the chasing. :)

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  2. yep, that's how it happens, even if the puppy is a boy.

    cute, poignant, love it

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  3. So cute!loved it-such a superb sentiment!Love,is sweet,especially when it's with a Puppy:-)

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    1. On occasion, adorable happens here. ;-)

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  5. Finally the family is complete. Great post.

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    1. Thank you! We're definitely enjoying the puppy--she certainly is as active as our son.

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  6. Love this! Nothing beats that kind of love.

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    1. No, nothing does. Zane would take Maisy to school with him if he could!

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  7. That ten minute wait before it's official - torture, even if you're not a kid!

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    1. This actually took a couple of days--the shelter wasn't open on Mondays, of all things!

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  8. "finally together" so worth the wait. Nice.
    dk

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  9. Glad the puppy was not snatched up by someone else!

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  10. Ahhhh! It was meant to be! Now comes the fun part!

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  11. Adopting a puppy is a process these days but it's always worth it in the end. :)

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  12. Awww, puppies are awesome. We got one from a shelter years ago and had to wait for her to be fixed and get an ID chip, it was worth the wait though and my son loved her very much.

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