February 12, 2018
Good morning. Tis gray outside right now, and the temperature is 42F degrees. The gray isn't so bad though when the temps are warm like this. We did not get as much rain yesterday as we thought we might, but there are still lots of puddles everywhere.
Did you remember to get all your valentines ready for delivering? Or mailing? Valentines Day is only two days away. Pogo is so excited that he has had his ready for weeks. Of course, I can't take him out to deliver them, so he mailed them. He's such an awesome little guy.
A couple days ago, my youngest great grandchild turned one year old. Here are a couple photos of Carmelo enjoying his special day. Happy Birthday Carmelo. I hope your future is happy and awesome.
Saturday, my Pogo gave me a wicked scare. His little body started making weird jerky movements and it wouldn't stop. I called the hospital and daughter Deanne drove us there. The movements stopped before we got there, and thankfully haven't started up again.
However, he did have to have some tests done. Yesterday the doctor called to say that most everything looks good, but she needed to run another test to make sure. This one is for Addison's disease. I gave permission, and today we are hoping for the results. I'm praying my little guy is okay. He doesn't need anymore grief or hurt in his life.
My friend Mary Ann's hubby, Gene, recently had knee replacement surgery and is home now to recuperate. I'm wishing you a speedy recovery, Gene. Another friend, Angelica, is bed ridden and recuperating from a long sickness. Pogo sends woofs to you, Angelica for a speedy recovery. I hope you are both up and around soon.
The trash collection trucks were here earlier, and since then I've been watching one of our trash barrels rolling in and out of the street. I wonder would it be such a big thing for these guys to stand the barrels up just the way they found them?
Oh, oh. Sounds like my grumpy is coming on. Time for me to leave and have a bottle of juice. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.