I don't want to keep writing and complaining but I'm trying to keep this blog as honest as possible. So today......I'm feeling pretty good, but I know Sophie being home has a lot to do with this too.
I have cut so many deals with God lately. Like HE makes deals. I'm sure HE's quite amused when I pray. But I wanted my Sophie to survive that I prayed I will take every ache, pain and burn and shut up!
I actually do feel better and well enough to start venturing out, if anyone is still interested. I've put everybody off for so long, not sure who's interested anymore? And then I go back to Sophie. I still have to get a definitive diagnosis, but if it is vertigo and this ear infection, she may have another episode or never have one again. I know I cannot keep an eye on her 24/7, but I am a bit nervous about this. For all that were around when my Bella past away, I was devastated. I just want my family, all of us, happy and healthy. Sophie's little cinnabun (her curly tail) keeps wiggling this morning. I think she's happy.
This morning, as always, me and the dogs go into get Jack. This morning he looked at Sophie and said, "Her neck hurts." I think I may have a doctor on my hands here?
I got a call from Dr. Granzow last week, so I need to return his call and set up an appointment to see him...then I should be done with doctor appointments for awhile. I am very happy with my progress. I blogged awhile ago that there is a woman that called me who's having my same procedure on October 20. I'm going to call her back and wish her well and tell her again, she is in the best hands and she will be OK. Not sure how much else I should say, unless she asks specific questions. But I can say with confidence that when doctor says 6-8 weeks, I think this is right. I'm on the right road at 5 weeks. What a difference TIME makes.
I know me, so I know there are a few more pitty parties in me, but for today....I have Jack, my puppies, Mom, Darren, the rest of my supportive family and friends and my health. Today's a good day. I hope you are having a great day. Hug a loved one! Or call someone and tell them how much you appreciate them. Start a letter with I Love You, rather than saving it for the end. Kiss your puppies on the lips.
With Gratitude, Janeen