It’s been a week since I had to put Turbo down. I’m still having my moments with it. Friday I met Joe there, and of course Turbo was very peppy. That’s what made it tough. We had to stick around and wait a bit because our normal vet was at a horse emergency.
I sat on the floor with Turbo and cried, and made him take a selfie with me. It was hot, and I was crying; so it’s not a great photo, but with my doggy.
Then another vet Turbie had seen before was the one to help us with the procedure; she was super nice and compassionate. We had a little time with him while he got sleepy. She painted his foot for me so I could have a print. I will someday get it tattooed on me.
It was definitely tough, but we made the right decision. After it was done, I met my cousin at a pizza place / bar in the same town as the vet. It was nice to be around people, but then Saturday was rough.
Sunday I had an event [ironically for a dog shelter] I thought it would be a little tough, but it wasn’t. It was a total bust. I barely made my booth rent back. I will not do the event again next year. I know that’s bad, but I just won’t. I was in bed about 7 on Sunday. The emotions of the car repair, and Turbo all just wore me out. I woke up about 10:30 and had a little something for dinner, then back to sleep at midnight. It was so nice to feel rested.
Side note, the meds I got at the new doctor are totally help. I’m sleeping and that’s a beautiful thing. I even feel like I’m less bitchy at work.
The week went by so fast. My office is a disaster because I’m still trying to put things back from the event. I don’t need to take so much stuff next time.
I had totally neglected my condo; so it got a deep cleaning earlier this week. Then Thursday morning I woke up and the temperature was 76, and 78 before I left. After the maintenance guy came, he fixed my curtains on my sliding door to my deck, and the closet door. My office is still a work in progress and will hopefully get done this weekend. But tonight, I’m being lazy and catching up shitty reality TV; Teen Mom / Teen Mom 2, which makes me feel a little better about my life.
I have an appointment to get my new tires tomorrow at 3, and I think I just might spend $20 on myself and get a pedicure. I haven’t bought anything extra for a few months. And I think I deserve it.
I booked a room at Grand Harbor Waterpark in August with my Mom, Joe, Luke, Jill, and the kids, but I’m excited because Adam and Livi are going to join.
I’ve rambled enough; I think it’s time to crawl in bed and read a while.