|4 little heads...they always face the same way|
|Her very presence causes much shrieking by Mamma Robin...she's not a birder though|
|Impossible to garden with Foster Boy around...always in the sprinkler.|
|Table will be full tonight with the kids and friends.|
|Filled a few pots|
|Notice how slim Foster Boy is now|
I am full of the joys of Spring today as surgery for my Sweet Mamma went very well. Yesterday she was day 1 post op and the doctor asked her how she was. "I'm fine, I can't complain" she said. Which is amazing considering all she has been through. The doctors are amazed when they review her chart and see she was once classified as having "no brain function". I am hoping she will be home in a week. In the "nursing home" world you lose your room if you are missing for more than 30 days, so we are so happy she is doing so well.
Victoria day weekend is upon us and instead of heading north to cottage country, I stayed home to care for Mamma and do some gardening. I had 5 over-nighters on Wednesday and 5 tonight as Boy and Girl Child were off on a bit of an adventure with DIL, sisters and friend. I'm thinking now of what to cook for the troops for dinner. With this gorgeous weather, it will definitely be an outside meal this evening.
Foster Boy has a Meet and Greet with his new family today, and if all goes well, he will be heading to Upstate New York to live. He must have known it was his last night as this morning when I got up he was snoring away on the guest bed....a total no no in my house. A month ago when he arrived, he couldn't even get up the stairs, yet alone climb on the bed. A month of solid diet and exercise along with some arthritis meds, has given this boy a new lease on life. I know I will cry a bit saying good bye to him. He is a special dog.
Enjoy your Sunday and to all my Canadian readers, enjoy your Holiday Monday.