- that is a cute little girl. Mia should be very proud!
- since your daughter is MUCH younger than I am, she should be feeling a lot better in 2 weeks or less (considering I just went through the same surgery and - as weedlady
mentioned, I'm almost running at full speed already!
- My doctor was told right up front that I have horses and that I wouldn't be happy stuck in the house too long. I actually feel pretty good as far as surgery recovery. Pushing myself to the edge on all the rest of the 'getting old' stuff is, well, that's what we do, isn't it?
And I am being careful about my neck. No riding, minimal ground work with the horses. Driving a tractor isn't that
much different from driving a car; it was the heat. That's my story, and I'm stickin' to it!
Son's dog isn't doing too well - again. He recovered very well from losing his eyes and has learned to navigate his yard and my son's room (his world) with confidence. And now he's having issues with the arthritis in his spine pinching the nerves that allow him to relax his ureter and urinate. We've had to have him catheterized twice now to drain his bladder and he's on a medicine we're hoping will help, but as the vet told my son - based on his spinal x-ray, she's amazed he can even walk! He's also developed additional melanomas, but those are of pretty much non-issues now. The spinal thing and the ability to urinate will take him first. Son is dealing with the inevitability of having to say good-bye to his Best Friend soon.