That was my weekend! First up-Friday. Friday was a very rough night! Chester was in a tremendous amount of pain and wimpered and cried all night long. He came home with a bandage on his leg from the IV, a cone around his neck to prevent him from pulling out his stitches or drain and of course the stitches and drain. He has to wear a T shirt to try and keep the stuff that is draining from just dripping all over our house! Bella was a mess-just extremely emotional about her dog.
Saturday he was feeling much better and was able to move around a lot more and by yesterday the wimpering only came when the pain medication was wearing off. Tomorrow he will have the drain removed.
I had big plans for Saturday which didn't work out exactly as planned. Michelle took Bella to dance and I immersed myself in crafting. She stopped at CVS and when she returned to the car it wouldn't start. So I drove down to pick her and Bella up, left the car there and called AAA. Which was when I found out that our membership had lapsed, but I was able to renew that by phone and have someone come out and meet me at the car. It was the battery, so I had to wait to have that replaced. All tolled, it took about 2 hours! Michelle in the meantime had to get Bella to a Birthday Party, so when I got back with the car I was able to get some work done. I completed 2 sets of cards, a gift container, ten candy bags, 7 notebooks and then 3 sets of thank you cards for kids. Here's a sample!
Sunday, Jim kept Bella home with him and Michelle and I hit the outlets for some retail therapy. Oh, how I love that! It was very productive! Got several Christmas gifts, Bella's Christmas p.j's and furniture for my family room. That's right-I ordered a sofa & a tilt back chair with a matching ottoman. Should have it before Christmas! So that was my weekend, how was yours?
I am a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, friend, and a woman of Faith. Trying to make my way through this crazy life! I love scrapbooking, crafting, photography and reading. I am also learning to live with an adult onset form of Muscular Dystrophy.