Dogs’ lives are too short. Their only fault, really. ~Agnes Sligh Turnbull
Some days it’s hard to tell what to share in this blog. Some days are just personal.
I’ve committed to do a First every day this year, but no matter what I’ve planned, life sometimes has its own Firsts planned for me.
Tonight, for the first time, I’m worried about losing my dog Angel. She’s 11. We’ve just spent the evening at the vet doing tests. Turns out she has a severe case of pancreatitis.
Apparently, this is very serious because they told me that Angel should be hospitalized. I opted to take care of her at home, at least for tonight to see how she does.
When I ask if she’ll get better, the answer is maybe. There are no other answers tonight.
I pray she’ll feel better in the morning and that she’s got more good quality time ahead, more walks, more high fives, just more time.