Today at four o’clock Stanley received his last shots for his upper respiratory infection. Dr. Akers says he should be fine. Jodie Akers is a great vet and cares about the animals she treats. Pyewacket is also doing well. I needed to give him his insulin shot, but he was nowhere to be found. The rascal was hiding under the bed. He finally came out of hiding to eat, and I gave him his shot. So now I’m happy. He does get tired of getting stuck with a needle, poor baby. I would too. All the rest of my fur babies appear to be doing well this evening. Thank you, Lord.
I am glad this week is over, and Saturday is here. Between running the cat to the vet and me going to therapy for my back, I have been on the go all week. I hurt my back last year, and it hasn’t been the same since. Now the doctors tell me my low back is a mess. I know it gives me a lot of pain to the point I have to take pills at night so that I can sleep. I’m thinking of trying the CBD oil. I’ve heard it helps with inflammation and pain. I’ll let you know what I find out. My problem is, I am always having to lift objects which do not help my back. The lifting can’t be avoided if I want the litter box cleaned and the dirty litter taken out, plus other things which have to be done. I have trouble standing for a long time. But I do like a clean house. Oh well, I will persevere.
Last night Sister and I ate a goodly portion of that two-pound tomato. It was wonderful. Tomorrow, she is going to make salsa with a lot of the rest we have on the kitchen table. That should be good. There are still so many green ones still on the plants and beginning to ripen. Also, the green beans are still producing will have to be picked soon. Sister blanches them and puts them in the freezer, so we have fresh green beans all winter.
The trees have started to change colors a little here. The mornings are cool, and you can tell fall is rushing our way. I hope winter will not be too harsh this year. Ohio is known for its cold winters. I do love Colorado with its low humidity.
I have about fifty more pages to read over slowly and with care searching for errors in FOR LOVE OF HANNAH, and I am calling it finished. I have worked hard to find the errors in my manuscript, and since I don’t have Beta readers, all I can do is try my best and pray it is enough. Say a prayer for me and wish me luck.
Well, I’m going to bed early and hopefully to sleep. Everyone have a great weekend and stay safe. Remember, NEVER GIVE UP, NEVER SURRENDER.