Good Tuesday Morning, Kids,
Not much to tell. Have to take SV in to see the doc this morning. I hope she can get a urine specimen so I don't have to leave him there. If this doesn't work, I'm gonna suggest we just leave the poor little guy alone and see what happens. He's peeing and feeling fine. I am hoping I can hold up long enough to take him in and stop at Publix for groceries and lotto tickets.
Sun, even my DSIL in his 50's can't get a diagnosis for the horrible pain in his legs. Because of his Mom's having Lupus and FMS, we all think it is something immune or autoimmune but these illnesses are soooo difficult to get diagnosed. There are probably variants that the medical community hasn't even been made aware of. My guess is that they are a result of environment, stress and genetics. All the little girls in the hood played with Barbie dolls and my kids had them and all the things that came with them. Yes, those paintings and the artist and gallery owner seem like the makings of a good novel. Why don't you write it?
Rock, love the taco cat palindrome. It contains three of my favorite things, palindromes, cats and Mexican food. Ole indeed! The only downside I can see to Taco Bell is that it is a Pepsico place. I'm a Coke girl. All I know about my DOF is that he has a very fancy walker. Fortunately, his family has the means to ensure he has everything he needs, which is really very little these days. My own needs are growing smaller and smaller. Claudia bought a brand new hard cover of one of Dan Brown's novels at the library and she gave it to me. Unfortunately, none of his later works can match his original book. Claudia is a retired teacher and is very well read. She gets a lot of the FJ questions that Nancy and I don't. I was the only one of us who got it last night and just under the bell. How is Miss Kitty? SV sends his love.
OK, Kids, as usual, I'm off to peruse the virtual newspaper.
Update: Home again, home again, happy as can be. They got a specimen from SV. I gave him the glass goblet full of water and he drank as though he'd been in the desert for three days. Then, I closed the door to his box. He pawed at the door so I knew he had to go but I left it closed and we went to the vet's office. Prayers answered. Now, if his urine is free from blood and crystals, it will be another prayer answered. He's so happy to be home again. He got treats for being such a good little man.
I brought him home and went to Publix. I took some foam egg containers and plastic bags to be recycled. I got lotto tickets and even remembered to buy scouring powder for the baths. Usually, I forget something. Pork chops were on sale for $2.99 a lb. so I got two to cook for my dinner. Prepared cinnamon apples were on BOGO so I got that to go with the pork. Will fix broccoli to round it out. Mmmm!
I feel a bit better mentally and physically today and hope it will last. Hope everydooby else is doing better too.