Saturday, September 5, 2009
“Why can’t Daisy fly in the cabin with us?” asked Louise.
“Because she’s too big to fit under the seat,” said Mr. Adams. “Don’t worry. We’ll be in Ohio in a couple of hours, and then we’ll all be with Grandma. Daisy will be too.”
“But if we drove to Grandma’s in our car, Daisy could be with us all the time, right?” Asked Louise.
“Yes, but then we wouldn’t have much time at Grandma’s. This is the fastest way for all of us to get there and be together for a nice long visit.”
“I hope Daisy will be all right”, said Louise, with a tear in one eye.
“Well, she certainly won’t be hungry,” said Mrs. Adams. “Look, she barely fits into her crate. She’s getting very round. No treats for Daisy at Grandmas’ house, okay?”
“Yes Mother”, said Louise. She looked at Daisy and sighed.
“Okay, say goodbye to Daisy now,” said Mr. Adams. “ We’ll see you in Columbus, Daisy.”
Daisy pushed her tongue out between the wires of her crate door, and she gave Mr. Adams a goodbye lick.
“Bye Bye Daisy,” called Louise as Daisy and her crate disappeared on the baggage cart.