I had the most interesting morning today.
I got up around 6:30 to get ready to head out at 7:30. I loaded up all the dogs and everything, and set off the bug bombs (the spiders are HORRIBLE here!!) and got in my car. that's where the fun begins.............
I tried to start my car, but it wouldn't. I then went to each neighbor on both sodes of me, but no one answered their door. I then called my boss to get the number of next door's mom (she works at KSDS and her son and daughter-in-law are my neighbors) so she could call them and see if they are awake.
Then I wait......and wait.......and wait......turns out, my one neighbor was in the shower the first time and he then came out to help me. He works at a car parts place or something like that and was able to get tester equipment to test the battery and a few others things.
To make a long story short, the battery is fine, but my fuel pump is about shot meaning that If i were to get the car started, I need to leave it on otherwise, starting it will be awefully difficult.
I was taking a mighty big gamble driving 2 hours away on "if's" and "maybe's" but my Greyhound was waiting and I take daring chances all the time, so off I went.
I thought I was going to be late, but turns out, I was just on time!
Exposed's family was excellent! They made sure to tell me every detail they could remember and they made me feel welcome about calling them anytime (which i did a few hours ago to ask something)
Tara wasn't too shaken, but Annie, my Aussie, was not impressed! Here I thought it would be the other way around! Funny how things work out.
When we got home, it was way better! Tara, Annie, and Sammy (renaming him. It suits him a bit better than Exposed) all reintroduced each other and it has been good ever since.
True this is the first night for Sammy, but I think he will fit in just fine!
Once I get my camera registered on this computer, I will take pics!
Tara, Annie, and Sammy