Monthly Archives: March 2018

What I’m reading for February and March 2018, plus a photo finalist pic

 

I just wanted to be home for all of March from grieving over the unexpected loss of our beloved Trinity and recovering from should surgery. I spent more time reading but as much as I wanted to really kick back and read, with my attention level after surgery I found it easier to binge watch Netflix. Now if Netflix would’ve just really sent me the DVD’s in the order they were in my list instead of skipping to a season we hadn’t gotten to yet that would’ve been even better. I wanted to try Audible but just never got around to figuring it out. I was content to zone out, watch TV with my hubby and love on Tyler.

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Pet food recalls

03/26/2018 Natural Selections and ZooLogics Fresh raw meals for dogs May contain Salmonella and E. coli O128 Darwin’s Natural Pet Products
03/26/2018 Blue Ridge Beef Complete raw pet food May contain Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes Blue Ridge Beef

Recovering- 1 week on the shoulder, almost 3 weeks from losing Trinity.

This post covers what was done to my shoulder and to say that the prayers worked with my IV.

Dr.William Taylor Hill Jones did the best IV with just ONE stick and the perfect cocktail of drugs so that I wasn’t even the least bit nauseous. Dr. Werner Brooks must be pretty good at shoulders too as the post-op pain is not as bad as I mentally prepared for it to be after reading other blogs. I won’t know for a few months on how my shoulder is really doing but I like him and so far I’m pleased with my surgery. I still forgot to tell him about all the people I know who are also happy with his surgical skills.

Dr. Brooks said everything went well and I should have 100% use of my shoulder. Today is one week and even though I know surgery would make it hurt worse for a bit it’s a little discouraging when the ache is larger than it was and the when a sharp pain hits they still stab me in the same places. I know how my back knots up… and it has but the muscle spasms all along my arm, back and neck were quite the surprise.

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