Thursday, February 16, 2006

She's Back!!!

Taylor has had a great day! She got me up at 2 a.m. so that she could go out for a drink. She was up and moving around on her own. Taylor spent the day outside with Buffy and seems no worse for wear. She's been following me around all evening - that's so Taylor! I can't pee without her watching me! And she always watches while I get ready for bed, then goes to her own bed once I'm settled in mine. She is such a good girl and she takes such good care of me. I'm truly appreciating her right now as I was so afraid that she wouldn't be here with me today!

4 Comments:

  • At 7:14 PM, Blogger Jennifer "Jenny" said…

    Glad your puppy is feeling better! It's so hard when they get older...

     
  • At 10:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Grammy loves her granddoggies and I am so happy that my "favorite Taylor" is feeling better today! You know, she really did seem to enjoy riding around in that grocery cart didn't she! The Queen of Petsmart! Give her a hug for me JM. ... Love, UNOWHO

     
  • At 6:36 AM, Blogger Eileen said…

    She sounds so very sweet!

    Re: the paperwork - yes sometimes it feels like things are dragging. Sometimes it feels like you have done a ton of work with no complete documents to show for it! But then one day everything starts coming together and then you are done! What a GREAT feeling that is!

    Re: Westies Life with *my* Westie is a blast! He is so lovable and sweet. They're not known to be lapdogs generally but mine is. They're also not really recommended for families with small children. We got him before we knew we would be adopting though. But he's been really good with Lindsey. She's NOT his favorite person :-) (I am!) but he tolerates her. As for other dogs, he LOVES loves loves other dogs. In fact we're going away for the weekend and he is going to doggie daycare where he will play all weekend and he will have a blast. He loves the doggie park too.

    Okay this is long enough! :-) Have a great day! Keep in touch!

     
  • At 10:47 AM, Blogger Sandy said…

    Oh Joannah, that is such good news about Taylor. Can you imagine when we have our daughters and they are ill, I mean, I can lose a couple of years off my life just worrying over my doggies illnesses!! Taylor sounds precious and everybit as codependent as my Norman with following you around till the end of the night! My mother tells me in her day they called it devoted, but I think our dogs crossed that devotion line to a whole new level!

     

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