During our short, but fun visit a song started playing and it was fantastic, "I love this music," I said, "Who is it?"
"Yes," I said. "I can't wait to buy a copy and get it signed by him..."
Our next stop was at the Post Office to purchase stamps, in the Hometown Crafts and Wild Birds Unlimited strip center, which are two of our favorite stores in Kerrville, including Wolfmueller's Books, of course.
After I had grabbed a small jar of some wood putty and was trying to decide if I needed to buy some glitter for my homemade shrine, a friendly woman, wearing two, six foot long strands of plastic vines of fall leaves , around her neck, smiles and says to us, "Do you have Enzo?"
"Yes, but no. We are fixing to pick him up at Hoegemeyers," I said, wondering who this very nice woman was.
"I know. I'm Marguerite, the one who is adopting him." After we had shook hands with her and had told her how excited we were that she was adopting Enzo Swift, we had a fun visit with her, filled with laughter, in the glitter and glue isle.
"During our fun visit I jokingly asked her, "Why are you wearing Fall foliage?" She started laughing which made T. and I laugh.
"Because I love to decorate for Halloween. I go all out for Halloween..." Before we adios-ed Marguerite we talked about Enzo some more and it was decided that she would pick him up at Hoegemeyers on Friday and take him to his new, hopefully forever home and we told her how thrilled we were.
When we got home there was a package from FedEx waiting for us by the gate and when I opened it up I burst out laughing, because our good friend Monk had sent us a three movie set to watch and one of the movies is the one that stars our dear friends, Ruth Buzzi, her husband Kent and Kinky titled, "The Being" which Monk had told us, "It's a must see!" Thank you, Lynn and Monk!