I tried the prescription sleep aid the doctor recommended and it was not pretty. I hallucinated and was violently ill from it. Here is where I spent most of my Sunday. Sorry if that's a little TMI for some of you...I'm all about keepin' it real. ha!
We had our first thunderstorm of the season. The vet has Ringo (our 10 yr old bearded collie mix who is terrified of storms) on "doggie valium" during storms.
We attended my son's end of the season high school basketball banquet. This is a picture of Austin receiving his Freshman team award.
Chelsea was in an accident, and once the insurance check arrived Jay went car shopping with her and they got her this Grand Am. Since she didn't have to work after classes today, she brought the car home so I could see it.
This little guy is the poster kitty for why I keep trying so hard to catch the wild cats that keep showing up at our farm & getting them spayed & neutered. He is missing an ear, he is blind in one eye, and he only has a stump for a tail. These are a result from too much in-breeding going on, and it causes these kinds of abnormalities. We have others who look worse. Fortunately, this guy is now tame and as soon as he's old enough he'll be off to see the vet.
We had a Saturn Vue, which we love, except for the fact that it is a front-wheel drive. That's ok except when trying to drive on gravel roads during the winter that are snowy & slushy. Then they are horrible! We have talked about trading and today we decided to do it. Our new Vue actually is almost identical to our old one other than color (our other was black) and this is all-wheel drive.
Be sure to click on the link in the side bar to head on over to Sara's place, who is the wonderful hostess for Project 365. You can check out her pictures and the other participants!