Good Now

I had a lot of good feedback to my little entry the other day, and I thank you. Jay is now feeling in his words “a lot better” so that makes me happy. Of course, his concentration may not be what it was before; he sure didn’t look very comfortable on Monday night, and he tells me that sometimes it can be a while before things are return to normal.

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My freedoms continue to expand. Now that I’ve learned about indoors and outdoors and am routinely taking care of business on my walkies, I’m being given a lot more time and space to move around inside the house. Of course, this does make Em quite nervous (read ‘terrified’) – especially if I happen to stop and sniff at one area for longer than the others – in which case he automatically assumes the worst.

Quite naturally grasping even greater freedom I took the opportunity today to follow Em down into the basement – an area I haven’t seen yet except when accompanied by one of the guys. I don’t remember what he went down there for, but when I saw him descending the stairs I thought “to heck with this noise,” and went down the carpeted steps after him. This, of course, caused all sorts of angst and consternation, and loud noises, but soon enough I was upstairs again, carried brusquely by a truly over-anxious uncy Em, poop escaping even as he carried me up the stairs.

Jay weighed me tonight. Can you believe it? I’m a whole eight-and-a-half pounds now! Jay calls me Tubby, especially when he’s carrying me around, though I still look and feel quite trim.

R.

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About James McDonall

I believe in laughing, especially at yourself, and as often possible. I believe in "live and let live". I believe that communication is the foundation of all our solutions. I believe that listening is more important than speaking, and that speaking should always serve the cause of listening. View all posts by James McDonall

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