Friday, April 28, 2006

painting and puffy puppy

my posts have been too far apart. i know.
behind the scenes there is much going on. not much that is crafty, but i've been a very busy little girl. we are completely re-vamping our home. we have painted EVERY room in the house, including ceilings and i have all the trim-work to go. i did go through the house and take pictures of every room "before". i haven't taken any "after" yet, because i wanted to wait until the door/window trims, baseboards and crown mouldings are painted. the difference is amazing.

i've been attracted to sewing stuff lately. weird. i haven't had the slightest desire to get out my machine in about 4 years and now... i can't wait to get my craft room back together so that i can set it up. soon.

look at my sad, sad puppy.
puffy puppy
something bit him and he had an allergic reaction. poor thing. are you ready for this - you're gonna crack up. the vet prescribed Claritin for him! it knocked him out cold. my poor Josh fell asleep and didn't move for almost 4 hours! it really scared me. hubby is at work, all the kiddos are home (no school today) and here i am freaked out that the dog is in need of going to the vet's office.... my thoughts are how in the world am i going to get this 220 pound dog in the suburban!?!

he's doing much better now. the swelling is about half what it was this morning and he ate.
poor baby.

5 comments:

Lucy said...

Claritin knocked me out a bit....had to switch to Allegra....and I'm not even a dog!

Sara said...

Poor Baby! I'm glad he is feelling a little better.

CynCyn said...

i wonder if he could take alavert instead? it doesn't make me groggy like the claritin.
you have a 220 lb dog? holy bejeebers. i hope he doesn't sleep in the bed!

Jewels said...

Awwww, that poor baby. It's heartbreaking to see an animal hurting or uncomfortable. Glad he is perking up a bit now.

lenise said...

Been there done that! Poor puppy! Our doberman went through the same thing, we think she got bit by something. I remember the vet saying that when they have a reaction it usually goes to their face. *Shrugs* It's scary to even look at!

 

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