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It was easier to have Silly Lilly Saturdays (or any day) when the weather was warm because we could be outside all day. Now, it’s a bit more challenging. After taking off 12 glorious days for the holidays, I noticed a distinct difference between having Lilly with me and Lilly having me with her.
Sometimes we have to laugh at the predicaments spawned by Lilly’s ongoing neurological problems — otherwise, we’ll cry. Here are a few examples of the funny and the not so funny moments in our lives.
Girls like me definitely fall into the 20-side of the 80/20 Rule. In fact, I’d place myself — and all of you — into the top 2% of dog care consumers. Sometimes, however, this devotion gets interpreted as difficult.
I fear, friends, that I’ve been labeled as such. I worry what the means for Lilly’s recovery.
Lilly’s neurological deficits have grown significantly in the last 24 hours. I pretend we’re not headed back into life-threatening territory, but the worsening of Lilly’s elimination issues cause both worry and complication. I’m not sure I have the words to convey the heartbreak, so I won’t even try.