Glad to hear you're home with your pup and doing better. Hang in there - the injections will get easier with time and you'll feel better, too, with each day. My own dog is giving me the "look" that's it's supper time - so got to go.
You remain in my prayers,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ron Janick <ron.bella.daisy@...> wrote:
> Well, gang. I'm finally home....exhausted but home and content. When I
> got to the door, I saw Daisy but she didn't see me, so I knocked. She b
> arked and barked, but whn I said her name she ran to the door. I got in
> knelt next to her, hugged her as she sniffed me and I cried. It was
> At 8pm I gave myself my 1st injection. As I was ready to plunge the needle
> I hestated, but forced myself on. I can't believe I did it! Now, only 27
> more times. Good news is I only have to do it twice a day for 14 days.
> Tomorrow I pick-up my pills.
> Too tired to write more. Thanks for your support and prayers, I couldn't
> have made it without them/
> Ron and The Boston Babe:
> Daisy and at the Bridge: Bella, Tiki, Coco, Pepe, Tiny and Flower
> *"Dobby never meant to kill, Dobby only meant to main--or seriously injure."
> Dobby, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows--Part1"
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