|!st of seven couches|
Why the heck did I have
After the first load, we set by my fireplace and took a break. That was when I had my traumatic experience. Somehow or another, Toby jumped off the fireplace and hurt himself. He started screaming. I picked him up and tried to examine him, and he went into a little seizure. If you knew me, you would know I am very much concerned about the welfare of my dogs. I told my two big boys, come on-you're going with me. My vet is located about 20 min. from here. We made it in 10. About halfway there, I could tell he was improving. Of course, I had him snuggled against my chest and was holding him, between my arm and my chest. I had him immobilized. We got to the vet and were seen, immediately. The vet decided he had sprained his back. He got a shot for pain and a Provo and distemper shot. I will take him in the morning and get him another pain shot.(steroids). What a relief that he wasn't hurt any worse. We got back to the house and started loading the trailer again. After five hours, I took the guys back to town and paid them. I still have some more to do, but I know where the workers hang out now, and I'm well over 70% done with the moving. It won't be long and my house will be on the market. YES!!!!
|Toby looks better and|
the den is empty!
|Yep, all better.|
It was another scorcher here today, 105°. That's all right. I got my work done and now I'm sitting in what is left of my living room, having iced tea and thinking about how long it will be until I make My Great Escape. My hope is that wherever you are, it is somewhere that you want to be, and you are enjoying yourself. Oh, anyone need some great used furniture? I can describe it to you....it's HEAVY!
This is great! Listen to all of it!
Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page
I am so happy to hear that Toby is feeling so much better. It's so scary when one of our little ones get hurt. I just fall apart. Okay - 7 couches? I still can't get past that one. Glad you're almost done cleaning out.ReplyDelete
To tell you the truth, I need furniture bad but you'll a little too far away.ReplyDelete
Don't you think those workers are the best? I've really had them do a great job in the past.
I'm glad your dog is okay. That must have been scary.
Glad Toby is okay. I know our Maggie has given us a couple of scares with insignificant injuries but boy can she SCREAM! We wonder if she has a bit of Drama Queen in her. :) Sounds like you're making great progress. Disposing of furniture is major! Keep up the good work, hang in there and have fun with it!ReplyDelete
Thank goodness Toby is ok! I bet it feels good to have accomplished so much, today! I like that I don't "hear" any second guessing..ReplyDelete
My plan for the music is about the same as yours, I just keep putting the transfer off...
I knew you could get that place empty.ReplyDelete
Good job and those guys did a great job helping Iam sure.
AH why was Tobi on the fire place? Glad he is going OK
Whew!!! Was worried bout Toby,, glad that worked out OK.ReplyDelete
It looking at your pictures and reading about moving out the remains from you house I was reminded of a bit George Carlin did on just that subject..
Too much STUFF
Cyndi~I also love SiriusXM radio, especially Outlaw Country. They play what I like.ReplyDelete
JoJo~ the hearth of the fireplace is only 18 inches tall and he jumped up on that. I don't know how he got hurt, but he did. I think maybe Blue stepped on him. I don't know, but it really scared me. He seems just fine, now.
I'm so glad Toby is okay, Michael. Seizures are very, very scary events. Lizzie, my black lab, had one when I was camped deep in the woods of Virginia--talk about panic. Thank goodness I was camping with wonderful friends because I was useless, and I was fortunate that it was a one time deal.ReplyDelete
Glad you are moving along in your plans.
Thanks Ben and hobopals~only animal lovers would help me feel my pain.ReplyDelete
Our poor little fur babies... what would they do without us? You're a good Papa.ReplyDelete
OH OK I am glad he is OK poor little baby. I hate to see an animal in pain. I just go me a wiennie dog and he is always under my feet. Scares me to death to think I might step on him and break somethingReplyDelete