SATURDAY IS PHOBLOG DAY!






TODAY, I will continue to lay around and heal.  It has been 2.5 weeks since my surgery and I think I’m doing well.  I still have a lot of pain – and knee pain, which is new – but the wound looks good and I’m able to walk (in the house) unaided.  So that’s really good!

HERE WE GO!

I never knew this.

The hair!

Something to do with old pallets you might have laying around.

I could use this…

Wow. Perfect setting, perfect subject.

Made me laugh.

I thought this was so sweet. This is a local guy who needed to soak he foot of his car old dog.

Yes, please.

Gorgeous Mother Nature.

People are so clever.

There’s a book out on horse whorls. I have it. I need to read it.

Not the last thing I want to see…

Patootey. I so miss the babies.

Those are my feet. I’m up and around! Hubby made the fire.

NEW BUTTON. DIFFERENT FUND. LET’S DO THIS!

KEEP THEM OFF THE TRUCK FUND.

FUND TOTAL AS OF TODAY:  $540 (Thank you!)   We’ve saved POWDER PUFF 2/7/22 ($800),  EDDIE 2/9/22 ($1200), SURSHA 3/16/22 ($780),  BABY FRED 4/7/22 ($650), “CC” Close Call  5/17/22 ($550), PACIFICA  5/22/22 ($780).  DONNA  8/10/22 ($600). Max 11/8/22. ($700)

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  1. Bunny

    Dawn, the knee pain may be a result of skeletal re- adjusting after favoring an injured joint. Don’t ignore that warning sign as if you do fortoo long, the hips won’t be the only things needing replacement. Get a referral to an orthotics specialist (as in fully licensed though the techs are pretty darn good; and if you have VA coverage with your husband’s career then for sure the VA has a lot of them). Even just custom shoe inserts or temporary bracing will provide major relief. My SO and his now-retired former business partner, both orthotists/prosthetists, had VA contracts for helping folks with this exact issue. Good luck. It is awful to be sidelined away from much of your four-legged family!

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