Friday, October 29, 2010
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
I had the whole story laid out for you, but after reading it a few hours after I posted it, I felt a little better. I'm a forgiving sort of person, though I'm still wounded to my core that my babies were not taken care of nor any thought given to getting them back to me when all the drama started. Here are some pictures of the condition my plants were given back to me.
I understand and appreciate all sides and opinions but that does not negate the fact that no one took responsibility. Hell, even I took responsibility for my part in it. I just wouldn't do someone that way, no matter what was going on.
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Remember me at the end of the day
when all the lights have faded
and the world turns gray.
Remember the moments when we felt free
when all was new and bright
and innocence was easy to see.
Remember the laughter from all that we shared
when talks were endless
and my soul was bared.
Remember how things changed from gay to pain
when our carefree days ended
and love turned to strain.
Remember your words that cut like a knife
when your pretty words faded
and all would end in strife.
Remember the day you broke my heart
when all we built crumbled
and my world fell apart.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Saturday, March 13, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Monday, January 18, 2010
While discussing what would be done with the Vet. tech before surgery, she suggested getting Sophie microchiped (which is something we wanted) since she'll be asleep and the 18-gage needle won't cause her any undue discomfort.
The Vet. made sure her lungs were clear and breathing strong since she has a coughing problem. which everything was. She had some blood work done which was all clear.
So, when we get there I'm told she's going to need her Bortella shot, that the clinic requires all their patients to receive the vaccine. Which is fine since it helps protect the dog from certain illnesses they can pick up while being boarded.
After that, it was time for surgery. The Vet. called me to inform me that some of her baby teeth hadn't fallen out and the permanent teeth had already come in. She recommends getting them pulled to prevent any tooth decay or gum disease. Since they weren't going to fall out on their own, we agreed it was the best thing to do. Gary and I had both noticed that some hadn't fallen out.
At first Sophie was going to have to spend the night at the clinic, but since she was alert and moving around, we were able to bring her home this evening. Poor thing is sore on both ends, but nothing some pain meds won't fix! Every procedure went well and I think Gary and I were more nervous than she was!