She’s been scratching around her head and the vet gave her some steroids to see if it helps, and it did! Now to try and eliminate seafood from her diet. It seems to be in just about every cat food!
He’s graduating from Marine boot camp and will have 10 days home before he has to go back for training. Yipee!
We stopped at a park so I could go to the bathroom, and at the dock, Trav struck up a conversation with a guy we had seen on going up and down on his paddleboard. He was a traveling policeman, in town to do some training. And he didn’t want to lug all his drinks back in his cooler, so he gave them to us! So nice.
Thanks to my brother for getting us the Rhino Rack! It’s a 13.5 foot sit-in kayak. It’s perfect and we’re very happy and can’t wait to use it all over the place.
She takes such good care of her.
One of our dance friends recently died and his service was today. He captured Larry perfectly and made us laugh and nod and thankful to have known him.
Trav took us to The Rising Sun Bistro in Brooksville. I had a delicious burger and they had excellent reuben sandwiches.
The green is so beautiful.
I found a group of baby lubber grasshoppers in the driveway, and protected them as we were leaving to go dancing. 🙂
Our state legislators voted to have permanent daylight saving time. Yay! I hope it works out.
It was nice to get caught up. Now I’m ready to get back to my journal again! 🙂
Aunt Susie was with her. She will be missed.
She was up and about for a while.
And, the most important stuff. I’m tasked with organizing all the paperwork for Trav’s mom. She’s not doing well so it’s a good thing we’ve made so much progress in a short amount of time.
I ordered them months ago from Shane Turner Art. He had a sale on them a while back and I just couldn’t resist. I love his stuff!