Moving Overseas, Part 13

Here's how I will know that I and the birds are home at last.

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332 - The Number of the Bird!

By Pierce R. Butler (not verified) on 17 Nov 2009 #permalink

The Beast is wondering why I'm laughing so hard, Pierce.

Travel safely, arrive safely, and may you find peace and joy in your new home.

By D. C. Sessions (not verified) on 17 Nov 2009 #permalink

Thinking of you and keeping my fingers superstitiously crossed that it all goes smoothly. May the wind be always at your back, and all that!

By Luna_the_cat (not verified) on 18 Nov 2009 #permalink