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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Mom went to ER on Sunday after three days of fever. She is currently battling stage 4 cancer. She is diong better on her current diagnosis of pneumonia, though Tuesday was a bad day there.
Yesterday morning took my dogs to vet because two were showing illness symptoms. Lily had to be transported to the doggies' ER last night. Milo ate metal. again. X-rays to be taken today again to see if the metal moved. Current update - Copying from FB (the ebil empire emoticon)
Ok. Yay. Lily responded great to treatment. Depending on vet today, she might come home tonight. Poor thing. Pancreatits, bladder stones, uti, which all brought the diabetic ke-something-or-other. She had no ketones at last check, and can sit up for a little while.
With Mom and Lily both doing better, I will lose stress. Based on previous times of stress, I expect to be sick next week *grin* time for OD on OJ and chili powder. Nom Nom Nom.

based on the above, I haven't been posting - I have been exercising; will hopefully run around the site in the next day or so. blech blah yuck.
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  • TXLADY110
    Lots of stressors there.
    May your Mom recover form the pneumonia and doggies get healthier soon.

    I am glad you are using exercise not food One up for you.

    3164 days ago
    Good choice! That is one thing I've also learned in the last few months (caring for my brother who has cancer and assorted other stressors); FOOD DOES NOT MAKE IT BETTER, but exercise DOES. It gives me what I need to be all I can be for my family. You rock! emoticon
    3164 days ago
    You have had a stressful week. I know what you mean, though. I tend to get sick after stressful times. However, exercising and eating healthy may be able to help prevent those stress illnesses. I'm glad everyone is doing bette. Take care of yourself!
    3165 days ago
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