Good 32º morning. Frost and more frost!
Yesterday the sky was lovely...and we had sun!!!
When I got up this morning the sky was awesome......
I had to take Maggie to the vets first thing this a.m. They called late yesterday and said the test kit for the Cushings had arrived (already!) and they wanted to know when I wanted to come in. I said "tomorrow"! I want this to be over with for her and the sooner the better. So after 6pm last night she couldn't have food. I did give her a little sweet potato/chicken treat at 3am when she wanted out to pee. Then I gave her pills to her with a tiny piece of cheese and put some chicken broth in her bowl. She drank a little. They will do a blood draw first thing and then give her a shot of something and then do blood draws all day long. Poor baby! I took some of her treats and a dental chew, so when she can eat something it will be her favorites. I'll pick her up around 5pm.
Yesterday I did get a bunch of stuff cleaned out of my bathroom drawers and tossed a bag full. Yeah! Today it's the cupboards in there.....
Oh, and when I walked in the vets, first thing Joan asked if I got pictures of today's sunrise. "Of course!" :o) Then Joyce walked out with this teeny tiny black puppy, asking, "Do you want a puppy?" Groan, he was the CUTEST thing! Probably 5 or so weeks old and black as the ace of spades. Not a white hair on him. OMG, "Of course I want him, it is just not practical at the present time." Sigh....
I held him and he even smelled good.
Historically this date..........
1954 – The first nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Nautilus, is launched in Groton, Connecticut by Mamie Eisenhower, the First Lady of the United States.
1977 – President Jimmy Carter pardons nearly all American Vietnam War draft evaders, some of whom had emigrated to Canada.
1985 – The inauguration of President Ronald Reagan to a second term, already postponed a day because January 20 fell on a Sunday, becomes the second inauguration in history moved indoors because of freezing temperatures and high winds. The parade is cancelled altogether.
And births this date include....
1936 – Plácido Domingo, Spanish tenor
Today Bob will be having his shoulder surgery. Jeannie will be waiting with Candy at the hospital. My thoughts and prayers are with you Bob and Candy! I'll check in with you later.
Well, late start today. Breakfast was oatmeal with peanut butter mixed in, an orange cut into segments mixed in, and drizzled with Blue Agave sweetener. I know.... so healthy!!! I try. Nuff said. Ciao.
National Hugging Day
.....and National Boston Clam Chowder Day
Oh man, that looks good!!!
P.S. Again ...this site has a mind of it's own and won't separate the paragraphs like I want them. Sigh...................