There was a brief moment of horror last night when I cleaned out my purse and discovered that the notes on the vet receipt said the antibiotic needed to be given for 14 days. The bottle says 10, and today is day number 7 and while Theo still has a little congestion, an 18-pound cat feeling better and who knows what is coming is spectacularly hard to medicate. In terror, I called the vet first thing this morning to verify that we only had to endure this torture for 10 days, not 14. Luckily, it is 10 days--I think I would still be sobbing if it were 14.
Theo is feeling better, and was even chipper enough to hang out with me
until he discovered that I wasn't going to stop giving him the goo, so now he is staying as far away from me as he can:
With all the stress, lack of sleep, and the recent flying, Andy and I both seem to be coming down with colds ourselves, which would usually earn me a get-well kitty, but Theo says I am on my own this time, so I took Nyquil yesterday so I could sleep during the day, and I think that helped. I have also done something to irritate my carpal tunnel issues, so I can't really knit, so when conscious, I worked on
pillowcase stash isn't looking quite so silly now...........
Speaking of stash issues, the new ornament kit has arrived,
The nice thing is, even slow projects do generally get finished around here. I got this Sunday,
And lastly, a couple finished projects by ME. After my spending ban ended last year and before the one I have so completely failed THIS year started, one of the dozens of machine embroidery websites that email me had a really inexpensive lace ornament set,