Thursday, March 27, 2008

3/27 Rain, dogs, pain, work, fence

They started on my fence today, but only got the posts up. It's been raining all day, so I'm surprised they even got that far. Hope the rain stops tomorrow, but it's not supposed to.

Just got home from work. I sat in on four therapy sessions today and got to participate a little. It was great. I begged for toys from my family to stock up my office. Apparently I'll be seeing more children than I originally thought.

The dogs stayed home all day today. (I stayed for a while this morning because the AT&T guy came to fix things--my DSL is now working, HOORAY!) They were alone for seven hours though and did fine. I'm grateful. Tomorrow they go to doggy day care to get nice and tired.

The pain in the title is my hip bursitis, and also a recent back injury from the silly stupid poopy Cookie. She has yanked me around as if I were a marionette. Amazing, she weighs 45 and I weigh considerably more, but when she sees rabbits she goes crazy. So I'm drugging up and going to bed.


Cindy said...

Ah,,, that explains the paper in the front window....building permit, right? Don't you LOVE nosy neighbors. I hope the rain stops so they can get the fence done for you. Life will be much easier on you when you can just open the door and let the dogs out. You also might like to check out the Monster Sale this Saturday for toys too.

Kris said...

You can have any of the toys in the garage. I don't need them and was going to sell them in the garage sale that we will have this spring. Please take them and make good use out of them. You can also wash any of the doll stuff and blocks in the dishwasher. That's what I did when I got them out of storage.

Beata said...

Mom, I am so happy that you are "back" home, and you are settling well. The most important is that you have your family there. :-) We love you!

Jer said...

I love nosy neighbors, Cin. If I yell, "I've fallen and can't get up," you'll be able to rescue me.

Kris, thanks so very much. I'll try to look through them today or tomorrow.

Bea, can't wait for you and Rob to visit. Love you.