Where did March go?
Time is flying by!
My oldest son is still here visiting which is a great distraction from my boring recovery.
I’ve had, and survived, my first post-surgery physical therapy appointment.
I was a little scared, but it wasn’t too bad.
“That hurts!” I might have informed Paul Newman.
“I know it does,” he replied matter-of-factly as he continued on with what he was doing.
(He loves me. I’m his *favorite* patient. hahahahaha!!)
Paul Newman also fixed my sling for me so it’s much more comfortable now.
Anyway, now that I’ve gotten through the first PT visit, I’m sure I’ll be braver in the future?
One of my Newfie friends invited me to ride down to San Diego with her yesterday.
We went to visit the wonderful Newfie breeder who helped bring Fred into the world.
She has SEVEN six and a half week old Newfie puppies at her house right now.
They’re landseer puppies … which are the black and white ones.
No, I’m not planning to get another puppy.
It was just a fun afternoon of visiting with a few Newfie loving human friends,
And, of course, all those TOO CUTE puppies.
(I couldn’t take photos because of my sling/arm, but if you’d like to see some puppy photos you can see them via my friend’s “tag” on my Facebook timeline.)
It would have been a fun afternoon regardless,
But, I appreciated it even more since I’m still not driving and/or getting out and about much.
When I got home in the late afternoon, Fred went absolutely berserk sniffing all the puppy scents on me.
He wagged his tail furiously …
I’m pretty sure he was jealous I went to play with puppies and didn’t bring him.
Maybe Fred can go visit the puppies when they’ve gotten a little bigger …