Now Playing: Day 774-The Final Road To Survival
Where has the time gone? It feels like just yesterday when I bought Littleblue's first little pink dress. Now the only part of her that fits into the dress is her front paw. Hahahaha! Maybe "HUGEBLUE" would had been a better name!
Since this has been Littleblue's week she has been treated to plenty of walks at the local park, new chewies and lots of new toys and treats. Oreo hasn't complained one bit since Littleblue has been nice enough to share. Even her birthday shirt from last year barely fits. She has grown up to be one beautiful "BIG GIRL!"
Since the heat is on its way starting tomorrow my friend-Caregiver finished up the landscaping and I assisted planting the traditional sunflower and wildflower seeds. We planted some in another flower bed earlier this week and they are already starting to grow. I love wildflowers because they attract so many hummingbirds and butterflies. Sunflowers are my favorite flower so they are a must to plant each year. I wish my Gastroparesis would allow for more outdoor time but the sunlight and heat continue to easily get the best of me. We are suppose to have work started on the house repairs this weekend but we will have to wait and see. Thank goodness for no rain in the forecast but I sure won't be enjoying this crazy heat!
My dear friend John finally made his first trip out west to look for a new home since getting his new job with the government. He will be living in Napa, California and I couldn't be happier for him! We have been friends for almost nine years and had a bet for the past eight to see who would be the first to move out west. He always wanted to live in California and me-Nevada. Looks like one down and one left-Me. Hee,hee,hee,hee... So not fair the amazing photos he shared with me today. SOOOO NICE! John is hoping to finalize his move by the end of next month and if anyone deserves true happiness its him. CHEERS to John in finding his dream home!
This evening me and my friend started the process of filling out the huge stack of papers for my new colon surgeon and surgical staff. With so much information needed it might take us a week to finish. So far its only a team of 3 for after surgical care and help taking me to my follow up appointments and therapy treatments. Its going to be tough but where this is a will there is a way! If need be we might have to look into home nurse care but so far we are taking things one day at a time. I wish I could say the same thing about my poor hair. After straightening and trying to style it this evening the only thing I could say was, "EEK!" It hasn't grown for the past six months nor has it stopped coming out. Indeed next month I will have to say goodbye and farewell to my locks. Gastroparesis sure bites doesn't it!...
HAPPY 4TH BIRTHDAY MY LITTLEBLUE XOXOXOXO