Life is full of hills and valleys. We are currently in a valley but I know it will only be temporary. Jason is home after a few weeks in Charlotte. I am happy he is home as we definitely handle the rough patches better together. They are doing a scan on his mom this coming week to determine how the chemo is working. She has been through two rounds so hopefully we will know more shortly.
While he was gone, I watched my mom's Shih Tzu, Truflz. He is a funny looking dog...
My uncle was diagnosed with multiple myelonoma early February. But after a long struggle in the hospital he was in rehab and doing relatively well. Until the Streptococcus infection that hit last week. The hospital can do nothing more for him and he is moving home in to hospice care. I hope to be able to get to my parents' house sometime soon to see him. Definitely an example of life being too short.
And if that weren't enough, Shiloh had another attack of pancreatitis and stopped eating again. She is still only nibbling but hopefully we will pull her through this one again.
And Henry's hemangiosarcoma came back last week and one of his tumors burst. Jason found him literally in a pool of blood. I rushed him to the vet on Friday afternoon and since they can't do full surgery, they cauterized it and put a pressure bandage on it.
I hope to get back in to the photography mood soon. I know things will get better and healthier times are ahead.
The fur kids have definitely been great therapists for me..
sorry for the downer post. We have a lot of fun stuff ahead..the sun will come out tomorrow! forever the optimist. ;-)