Finally! I’m home and starting to feel like a normal human being again! For the first few days, I was so overwhelmed. I was trying to figure out where the dog fit into my day, plus trying to read the fifty odd emails I had set aside to read when I got home, plus decompressing from the crazy schedule and helping my poor beast adjust to eastern time. It took me all week to get through the emails and get everything straight, but I think it’s finally happening.
I just wanted to say thanks to everyone who showed interest in one way or another in my little journey to California. I got some pretty cool comments and emails out of the deal, I even got emailed by a couple of alumni from GDB! Sometimes, a guy who raised puppies for another school would email me. We’ve even had google searches that just had my name and Trixie’s name. We’re famous!
A small update on my knee: I definitely need physio. I’m not in the horrible agony I was, but I’ve fallen down hills and when I walk anywhere long and drawn out, which has become 2 blocks, I need someone to be there for support. This isn’t like me. So I’m heading in for Physio on Tuesday. Let’s hope it helps.
Here’s a picture of Trixie…and me. I think she should be the star, but this is the best I can do. Isn’t she cute? Now that I’ve said that, I will have uploaded the photo wrong and she’ll look like some kind of hideous demon dog. That happened to a friend of mine. She was looking at her dog’s picture on the computers at the dorm, and Zoomtext, another program to enlarge text, was on, and somehow it had inverted the colours so it looked like a negative. So her dog looked black with glowing eyes and a white nose and she looked like an old man. So let me know if she looks good.
I have a couple more blog posts in store. Hopefully I can get them up soon.
Hope everyone is having the gorgeous weather we’re having! Spring just might be here! Maybe? Possibly? Could it be? If not, I guess we’d better enjoy it.