I'll still call you that, Peggy, because I've always called you AH! Darling friend, I am sorry about all of this. Is your dog ok? I hope you post about this soon. I am saying a prayer; I understand how much a pet adds to your life, especially right now. About xh, well, there it is...the last bomb. And you're still wonderful and strong. And you will be ok. I can't begin to say I know how that feels, but you have survived this all the way from a to z now. When you get up to it, post more about your beach cottage. I love hearing about it. Hugs and hugs and hugs tonight.
Most of us really marry only once. First love endures, even unto our dying day. And we never really divorce.
Thank you all, everyone, for checking in and checking on...
S15 and I had Annie put down this morning. She had been unconscious for more than 36 hours. They can't know for sure, but the vets suspect she had a brain tumor that caused a series of seizures, then a really high fever, with brain and organ damage.
She was just breathing steadily, but totally nonresponsive. I waited for S15 to come home from the da** wedding, because he asked me to, so we went first thing this morning. Now she is with her litter mate, Sam, that we lost last summer. They were great, great dogs.
Well, sh** happens, that is for sure. I think S15 is a little overwhelmed with all the goings on...he fell asleep for several hours this PM. Me too. Then we watched the newest Harry Potter DVD, that was a good diversion.
We are taking one last trip tomorrow to finish off S's holiday break...heading up to the cold country to see my brother and his family. S15 loves his uncle and is good buds with one of his step-cousins. So we're both looking forward to it.
Thanks again everybody. I'm looking forward to a new tone over here in surviving. Happy new year again to all.