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Backstage: Me, my dog, and my didgeridoo (aka The Explanation)

imageThe two biggest challenges when you move from one home to another come from your big, inanimate objects and any sized animate objects that aren’t fully grown people. This much I learned over the course of this three-day holiday weekend, when I moved myself, my dog, and my didgeridoo from one place to another. Once you own big things, you need a truck and family, friends or hired labor to help you move them. Thankfully, Dennis volunteered his skills - making the move tremendously easier.

But there was still the issue of the dog. Keep him with me all the time? Leave him at one place or another? Check him in at some facility for a few days? I opted for something between the first two choices, and prayed that he wouldn’t freak out over the move. Amazingly, he didn’t. And after it was mostly finished, I even had one of those awesome dog moments: sitting next to me, he rested his head on my leg and fell asleep. From a Siberian Husky who seems to like being independent, that little gesture of trust and companionship felt like the greatest reward I’d ever received.

Things have changed a lot in my personal life over the last few months. I recently ended a stormy, bad relationship - hence the move, and my personally slowed-down pace of updates - and am ‘back on the market,’ so to speak. My new place is a major source of joy; quiet and just about the right size for my current needs, still in sunny Irvine, California, and filled with other dog lovers. In this environment, I’m officially almost back at full speed, and consequently there are major, major plans afoot. More on that soon. For now, I’m off to pretend I can play the didg again.

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Sake thinks - “Hmmm, that big stick looks like fun…”

Glad your move went smoothly and Sake is settled in. If I had been around I would have helped as well - sure beats selling cakes ;o)

Posted by Bob Levens in UK on June 1, 2005 at 3:53 AM (CDT)


Hey Jeremy, I know this is a bit late, but we’ve all been there, and if you remember Irvine was not great for me because of a relationship, which is how I ended up in Ft. Lauderdale but I hope all is well there now, and your dog is beautiful. I will see you at the next Mac world and in the meantime take care! Kelley

Posted by Kelley Goethals on July 7, 2005 at 2:27 PM (CDT)


doesnt ur dog has a name? :P

Posted by Qeqe on January 28, 2006 at 11:51 PM (CST)

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