Friday, April 2, 2010

A Mystery to Solve (and meeting Marsali)

Wow, I'm LOVING Oregon! I hadn't even been here a full day yet, and there was already a mystery to solve. If you don't know already, I love a good mystery. There's just something I love about discovering something that's gone wrong and problem-solving until I find the answer. It's even better when you have friends to help you! I don't really have that back at FHSG - unless I can persuade Nathalie to take part - but, here, Jayd and Kelsyee like spying and mysteries as much as I do!

So, anyway, here's the scoop. When we woke up from our deep slumber, we couldn't find Akarya and Mayzee, the girls' two little puppies. Emi checked the yard and confirmed that, yes, the puppies were missing - and that the gate was wide open at that!

Getting dressed quickly, Jayd, Jyzzyee, Emi, and I headed outside (Kelsyee had to stay in because of her cast) to look around the neighborhood, knock on neighbors' doors for information, etc. Not finding anything particularly good, we asked Kelsyee to make signs with pictures of the lost puppies.

As we were putting the signs up, we discovered more newly-put-up signs advertising lost dogs. This was puzzling for sure, especially since Jayd told me that dogs don't go missing often in this community. Then we met up with Kyle, the girls' cousin (How cute is he?!), and he confirmed that his dog went missing this morning, too.

Bewildered, we all went back to the house to discuss possibilities - our one big lead being the green explorer we'd seen passing our house. Could the owner of the green explorer be taking all of the dogs in the neighborhood?

When Kyle and Sarafina came over, we decided to go out looking again - on bikes this time. But we didn't have any luck! No green explorer. No puppies. Dismayed and a little bit discouraged, we headed home, hoping that we'd be more successful on another day.

Of course, the weather has not been on our side! Typical March and April weather, that's for sure. It's been raining so much lately that we haven't been able to go back outside and resume looking for the dogs. Hopefully that day will come soon - and hopefully we'll get those poor puppies back home where they belong.

Meanwhile, Marsali returned from the hospital (looking even more beautiful than ever!), and lately, I've been spending a lot of time with her. We've already become really good friends, and I suspect we'll be even closer by the time my visit ends. ;)

If you haven't yet seen the album of our mystery, you can see it here.

Hopefully I'll have good news about the puppies by the next time I update!



Sabine Bouchard said...

Oooh, je suis tres heureuse d’ecouter que tu t’amuse en Organ! Oui, I know that you love mysteries; they are pretty fun to solve, no? I do hope to hear good news about the puppies.
Ton amie,

Wendy said...

Looks like you guys are having such fun! And Marsali is super pretty. =)

Anonymous said...

TAHNKS FOR YOUR SHARING~~~VERY NICE.................................................

Cali Hazelwood said...

I love a good mystery that's for sure! I wonder who would be cruel enough to steal innocent little dogs??? That's just mean!
Anyways, Marsali looks so beautiful and refreshed from the hospital. I'm glad you two are becoming good friends!
Have fun in Oregon! :):):);)


Avery V. said...

I'm glad you're having fun in your stay in Oregon. Good luck with the mystery, I hope you're able to find all of the dogs! Marsali is beautiful, I'm glad that you're getting to know her.

Au Revoir!


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