Life around here has been a whirlwind of post earthquake cleanup so I haven't been on here for awhile.Of course I headed to Your page to see how Watson is doing.Stunned to see Your life altering news.I can attest that it's weird to feel ok and still have something be wrong.I found Myself having a cervical procedure done,call from My Dr. And a complete Hysterectomy the next week.
I'm sure You and Your Hubby will get much love and much needed cuddle time with Watson around :).
I've never asked about Your beliefs,We have Our corgis as Our connection,but prayers are a real part of My life.I'll get ahold of Our prayer circle to get started :)!May this time ahead be one of peace,family and healing.Judy
Your Welcome! We are headed up to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in a a couple weeks, hoping the weather isn't too chilly for the kids, so they can enjoy the lake, especially since they will only get one week up there this year vs 3 weeks! It is definately wierd with only one, especially all the ways your used to the other one being around, for example..if water was boiling on the stove, lance would alert me, which was good especially if I had walked away for a minute. ( i know i know your not supposed to!!) Tucker could care less if water is boiling or the timer is going off on the stove. Will be different without Lance in Michigan, our first trip there without him in 7 years!!
Just saw the note about poor Izzy and the neighbor dog.So sorry the neighbor has put You thru this!It's so hard to understand how some folks handle their pets.Glad to see Izzy is ok.Take care and after this Winter,I'll bet You're ready to head out in the RV :)!
Oh Bev, Glad you both have each other to cuddle with! I bet it feels strange to only have 1 dog and I bet it feels different for Izzy too. It's -18 here right now and with wind it feels like-32. We were lucky not to get as much snow as you though. I had my emergency kit ready incase the electricity went out but we were lucky. The last time I can remember weather this cold was in 1984...
You are welcome Bev. Wynn is doing well but every once in awhile I think his back might bother him. At 8 1/2 he doesn't look like a pup anymore....I have just started noticing it. I wish dogs could live as long as "their" humans:)
Thanks for the reply. I was hoping you had a magic formula... something you read that gave a guide line as to what others have done. I need to make some decisions.
We have put off a will for years now because my husband can't decide where he wants some of his personal items to go. I have thought about just making my will separate whether than wait for him. I want personal family items to go to my nieces, but I would like to donate all the money (minus some cash to pay for our dogs care) to our local humane society. I think that is a problem for him as well. Our family members don't need the money and we have no human kids, so I think that the money will serve the shelter better.