Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Swollen Eyes

You might think I am talking about P...however I am talking about me. I have been crying and crying and crying.....I could go on and on about the amount of crying I have done yesterday and today.

Finding a new home for a dog you really want is not easy. As a matter of fact it is filled with highs and lows, tears and tissues that (in my case) have lead to a headache.

I have been in contact with a woman, B, is what we will call her. She has a way with words...words that are so kind and comforting to my heart. I am pretty sure we will be going tomorrow to check out her home and see what M thinks of it. I have to talk to D tonight and M tomorrow and see if this is what we are on board for. I wish I could post B's emails that she has sent to me about our situation. She has been where we are and is giving me both sides of the road.

If all goes well, we will be taking Ceazar to meet his new family on Friday. They can all test the waters for the weekend and see if it is going to work.

B's Family is a mom, a dad, a brother and a sister. They also have a golden retriever. Their golden is about 7 years old (I think). She (Comet) is older but they want her to have a friend before she passes on.

I know prayer is powerful and that God works in mysterious ways...even though P had to suffer from a dog bite he acts as if nothing has happened. Ceazar must be needed in someone else's life...we will never know HIS plan and no where in the bible does it say it will be easy but Thank God for this family.

That is all for now...gotta go before more tears start to fall ;)


Just wanted to update you guys on P-Man's appointment with Dr. Pollack at St. John's Mercy Health Center. First off I want to start by saying I will never go to another plastics guy/girl ever....the last one we went to was it for the money...TOTALLY....

Dr. Pollack sees a lot of burn until children. The other plastics guy we saw (back when P-Man got stitches in his tongue) was a tummy tuck/breast implants guy....not that they didn't study the same stuff...but this guy was much more child friendly :)

So he said that P was going to recover just fine and that the rest of the stitches will fall out in 3-4 days. After that we need to put lotion with Vitamin E in it on the wound. Then he said to help prevent scaring or to reduce the amount of scaring to keep sunblock on it and keep a hat on his head! P likes to wear hats so that should not be a problem!

Ceazar Update:

We do have a couple of families that we are in contact with about him. Please pray that we will find the best fit possible for all people involved!