How does that country rock song go? Poor me.. Poor me..... Pour me another shot of whiskey! All of this play on words has me thinking..... thinking of all the crazy things that have happened here since I've done a blog post!!
You probably remember me whining about the bee stings a couple of weeks ago. Turns out that was the least of my problems! Although it certainly took the better of two weeks for the pain to subside from those stings! I ended up with a least 13 bites in the crotch area. That bee definitely did not like being trapped in my jeans and took full revenge while it had the chance!
Then.... a pelvic utlrasound and probe on June 7th showed a polyp on my uterus and thickening of the uterine wall. This past Thursday I underwent a D&C surgery to remove the polyp and another scope to check things out. A "dusting and cleaning" as the girls in my American Primitive Gatherings Group so fondly referred to it!! I didn't feel much like doing anything after that until a couple of days ago and now that I'm finally feeling better I'm so far behind on everything I haven't decided where to start!
I haven't gotten the results back yet from the polyp being sent in.
Hurry up and wait..... right?
Today my little Smokey boy had a little surgery and tooth cleaning scheduled. He ended up having EIGHT teeth removed! Oh Dear! If I had to have eight teeth removed I probably wouldn't have very many left! LOL! The vet said it isn't unusual for dogs to have that many removed. Most of them were smaller ones in the front that he said they don't use that much anyway. Smokey is our diabetic dog so I was a little concerned how that was all going to work with him not being able to eat. He had half his usual dose of insulin this morning before he left. He is home now and seems to be doing fine. So between the two of us we've been singing the "Poor me..." tune and hoping we get a little reprieve from any more surgeries for awhile.
Seriously it could always be worse! I do count my blessings each and every day.
Dave's photo of the deer in the woods up there in my blog header reminds me of how talented he is with the camera! He has also been our "Dear" that is holding it all together while we go through surgeries and health issues! He's probably wishing he had a shot of whiskey and some time off work to relax!
Maybe in July!