Re: July 2013
posted at 7/29/2013 12:46 PM EDT
She's doing great, yes, thanks, but her leg usage has to be kept to an extreme minimum for the first 2 weeks so she is basically crate-ridden, anyway. No problem going out, just not sure when she might have to go and need me. She's usually like clockwork, now it's a total guess. Her bruising and swelling have both subsided. I did just put a call in to the surgeon, though because despite everything looking great, her nose started running this morning and she's breathing a little heavy - both possible signs of pain, but I've been giving her the prescribed dosages of pain meds.
I hope all the tests prove no permanent damage for your SIL, Pingo, and that DS adjusts to the glasses and vision issues without many more headaches. I know how that is; I usually get headaches when I need a new glasses prescription; it's my first inkling, actually.
You've got me craving both lamb and asparagus, lol, I'm so impressionable. :)
tt, going out for lunch before you get your tooth done? I'd make hay while the sun shines if I were you! Get your favorite.
Speaking of which, I just took Gracie out, and all she did was pee, but I'm going out for a sandwich. Now, she's resting in her crate, again, her choice. She's got 3 beds...guess the nicest one in her crate really is the most comfy. I thought she might want to lie in front of the stove to look out the back, but I suppose it's better she doesn't; who knows what might wander through the back yard. Last night, a coyote did; thank God she slept through it and DH knew enough to keep still!
Discretion is the better part of valor.