Thank you to you and your family for the warm welcome and for beautiful Bliss. She is the best and I couldn't be happier; feel very fortunate to have her. Getting her home was a little stressful for us. She didn't like being in the crate and got sick in it at the airport. The liner was definitely a good idea. Luckily, there was no problem carrying her and having her on my lap on the plane. I've been working on getting her used to crating by feeding her inside and positive reinforcement. Yesterday, I placed her pet porter crate on the front seat of my truck and she rode inside to the vet's office, 45 minutes away! She got a clean bill of health, microchip registered, return for a booster shot next week, no office charge for that. We love our vet. Last night she slept inside the lanai crate, with breaks to go outside in the middle of the night. She was a little vocal along the way and a few little accidents but is settling in very well. She is a happy little girl and I'm quite pleased. I've introduced her to my sewing circle at the Church of the Pacific. We delivered a couple of boxes of bananas to the girls on Sunday. She has been great with my partner's dog and girlfriend's small dog who she got to play with. Tried to upload some photos from my camera which I've had no problems before but couldn't get it to work. Had a picture of her with a green coconut that she helped me drink. Thank you for the foundation work. She sits nicely but working on getting her to calm down when the food appears and then sit. Everyone loves her. Friend's daughter is crazy about her. Saw the movie about Max and wants a German Shepherd now. Anyway, she is progressing rapidly and thank you very much. Best regards.