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Ami_Quilts (sewingupasto) said...Bet that feels good to be off the to do list
It surely does! I've been so focused on that I am rattling around the house today putting things away and THINKING about vacuuming! I kinda don't know what to work on next!?!? LOL
judyinohio said...Be sure to encourage them to let the baby to use it.
Absolutely will! That's why I put this poem on the back of baby quilts.
Good for you Mel! I'm glad, so far, you are under less pressure.
Big trip for your DH and the team. Don't fret over them. They are in God's hands!! Exciting!
Yetta so sorry your little fur baby is not feeling well. Hope the vet has some answers.
I'll be keeping Mandy in my thoughts for a good outcome.
Sorry, Judy, I cannot enlarge it to read it. I'll just have to believe you when you say it's a good message.
Oh, that's heartbreaking to read about a furchild who is in distress and cannot tell you what hurts. I hope that your veterinarian can solve Mandy's problem and give a good outcome for a dearly loved member of the family.
Certainly will send good thoughts for your little dog. It's so scary when they don't feel good and can't tell you what's bothering them.. Let us know how things go.
Let us know how things go.
The specialist wants more x-rays and a sonogram to make a real diagnosis: estimated cost is between $1500 and $2000. This would be in addition to the x-rays, blood work, meds and overnight stay that has already been done: actual cost $1000. The specialist said, "even the sonogram and additional x-rays might not give us any answers.....after all, it's medicine." So $200 later, we agreed to try the alternative of starting her on an anti-seizure med to see how she might improve. The plus is that those meds have a side effect of increasing appetite, which has been another problem with her. Continue prayers, please.