October 14, 2015
Good morning. The sun is shining and it is 55F degrees. Soon it will 67, but then tonight will drop down to 41F. The cold temps are moving in folks. Saturday night is supposed to be 32F degrees, and Sunday night only be 28F degrees. Oh dear, it is just too soon!!!
Well, yesterday Pogo and I went to see his doctor. His regular doctor is not back yet from her maternity leave, so he met with a new doctor. I must say, he was not very friendly to her. This is strange because he likes all the other doctors there (at the hospital).
Anyway, she said that Pogo does not need the flu shot because he isn't around other dogs very often. She checked him for arthritis, and said that his right rear side (and leg) was a bit more advanced than his left rear side. She called in a pain prescription to the compounding pharmacy and they will contact me about delivery, etc. (a compounding pharmacy makes up smaller doses of meds for doggies that cannot take the regular meds.)
She also said that the new vitamins that I had ordered for Pogo would be good for him, and that I should also order him some glucosamine. As soon as I got home, I ordered a bottle of this from Amazon. Other than this, my little guy is doing just great. Here, he is asking me to pick him up and put him on my lap.
On our way home from the hospital, I tried to take a few photos with my phone of the beautiful tree colors. This a section that I cropped from one photo. These colors are just gorgeous!
Wow, the phone just rang and it was the "compound" pharmacy calling to say that Pogo's meds were ready for shipping, and how would I like to pay for them. Credit card, of course. Any other way over the phone?? I had a call earlier this morning from the fuel company, saying that they will be out tomorrow to fill the oil tank and clean out the furnace.
I have another QP freebie for you. It's nothing scary, just bits of whimsy. Some days I have an odd sense of humor.
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Last night, I put a few more rows on the yellow afghan while I watched a bit of TV. I think about fifteen more rows will finish this afghan. Woo Hoo! It's such a happy looking afghan that I think I'll give this one to my Aunt Lucy for Christmas. All these years, she's been crocheting afghans and giving them all away to hospitals, nursing homes, vets, etc. This is one that she can keep for herself.
Well, I guess that's about all my news for this morning. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.
Hugs, Edna B.