This is new...
I came out of the RV bathroom and found Molly on the bed. Now, Lily goes on the bed all the time if I chase her off the couch (because I want it), but this is the first time Molly got on the bed. As soon as she saw she was "caught", though, she jumped off. I don't mind her being on the bed, of course, although there is a new layer of hair there. Lily, on the other hand, drools in her sleep. Ah, the joys of pets...
Dan, glad you made it home safely. Tires are something that never should be taken lightly.
Col. Dash - GSD, DOTL Rainbow Division, in my heart forever
Spc. Lily - 11-year-old Greyhound (Racing School drop-out)
Spc. Molly - 10-year-old GSD Mix (aka Honey Badger)
Shadow - 2-year-old Greyhound (aka Shadow Ninja) 2011 G'town 280DS Class A
Boy did you see on the news this morning when a commercial airplane was coming in for a landing when the wind blew it completely sideways to the runway just before touch down and how the pilot was able to correct it and land safely, scary!
Yesterday we had lots of wind and clear skies. We are very close to North Carolina and the mountains and they had some rough weather this morning and will continue under a storm watch for the rest of the day. The temperature here is warming up and looks good for the rest of the week.
On the home front I think I need to take Suzie off the supplement, she is having too much fun! Yesterday she chased squirrels on our walk until she was so far down in the woods I didn't know if she would ever get back. This morning she was up with the chickens, jumping on the bed trying to get us up. Suzie aggravated Mama until she got up and went into the great room to get away from her.
I guess it is like Gary said, giving Suzie something that creates more energy is like bringing snow to an Eskimo Patio party.
Yesterday she chased squirrels on our walk until she was so far down in the woods I didn't know if she would ever get back. This morning she was up with the chickens, jumping on the bed trying to get us up. .
The squirrels aren't so bad, but if she chases the chickens, she's really going to get in trouble
Good morning. We had a bad storm last night with wind, hail and heavy rain. Mama and Hobo was so afraid thay followed Sue and I whenever we moved about in the house. Suzie and Peaches slept through most of it. The hail was pea size and I didn't see any damage this morning, This is the third time in a week we have had hail. North of us in the mountains the storm was much worse.
Today I start another chapter in my life as I have been delivered from all insulin, no more shots, The Doctor was very peased as the progress I have made in the past month. I will be on a pill until I lose more weight and my blood sugar levels drop to normal and stay there. Since January I have lost a total of eleven pounds and my blood pressure levels are improved to the point she will take me off the blood pressure medicine in a month.
The girls are doiing well this morning and are ready to go for a walk, Suzie has lost her freedom of being off leash because of her being naughty the other morning. Okay I need to go, talk with you later.
Good morning. Sue has already been shopping this morning. She took the truck to a Nursery and bought some plants for the yard. She took the truck for the first time and she really likes it. I asked her what she thought about parking it. She said she stayed out to herself and didn't park close to anyone. She did say it was Long, very long.
Mama and the fur gang are doing well this morning and are waiting on me to go for a walk. My blood sugar this morning was not good at 211. Maybe I will need to take the Lantus after all, we will wait and see.
It started yesterday with nausea and pain just below my chest area and as the day wore on it got worse. I stopped taking the pill DR. Cheeks prescribed for me to see if that helped. My blood sugar went up and the nausea continued. Last night at bed time my blood sugar was 275 so I took insulin instead of the pill. This morning I feel better, the nausea is just about gone, the blood sugar was 195. I am taking myself off the medicine Dr. Cheeks gave me and going back to the insulin for the day and see what happens.
The fur gang is doing well, still having a problem with Peaches eating dog poop. This morning she brought some in the house when she came in from the yard. I don’t know what kind of statement she was making and I didn’t see her bring it in I just found it on the floor in the bedroom, but she had that guilty look on her face when I found it and she made herself scarce and disappeared. I have gotten out the shock collar and have threatened her with it, but it is hard to make her wear it as she goes into panic mode and shakes all over when she sees it. I don’t know what is worse seeing her eat the poop or seeing her scared to death of the collar.
I hope I feel better as the day goes on. It seems I trade one thing for another when I try something different concerning my health.
Good Morning Everyone, I will be so happy when our summer is something besides 37* mornings and highs of low 50's during the day. We are to have better days coming as today is to be 62 and tomorrow and Tuesday to be 75. Maybe we took our vacation at the wrong time. We left to get out of the cold weather and it was as warm here as it was down south. We come home and it turns cold. Wonder if this is some sort of sign?
Richard, sure hope things change a little for you. Sometimes it seems if it is not one thing it is another. I was getting excited about your sugar levels going down and you getting off the insulin. Hopefully this was just a hickup and things will get back to some form of normality.
Everyone here is doing fairly well. Anna and Sarah are just as happy as ever. Anna really enjoys being outside and Sarah just enjoys being anywhere we are.
We better get going. We are to meet friends in town for breakfast and then go to a car show at our shopping center. You all have a great day and a safe week upcoming. Hope to see a bunch of you in June....