My mom always joked that my dad didn’t believe cars belonged in a garage. He thought the space was extra square footage for projects and tinkering. Our garage has certainly been used that way – to store massive sheets of plywood (sadly not being used as a beer pong table), to cut wood and trim… Click to keep reading!
Daphne had her surgery yesterday and it went very well. The surgeon said it all went according to plan, nothing unexpected happened. Which is exactly what you want. We visited her briefly in the hospital last night and she seemed to be doing OK. Understandably, she didn’t understand why she was there, what had happened,… Click to keep reading!
This morning, Daphne and I went to UPenn’s Ryan Veterinary Hospital for a second oncology consultation. Everyone fell in love with her – from the staff checking us in to the four doctors we spoke with. We got her biopsy results back two weeks ago. Daphne’s diagnosis is a chondrosarcoma tumor. It’s most likely benign,… Click to keep reading!
Last weekend, Adam and I found ourselves at the crossroads of superstition and religion. I’ve been putting off writing this post because this blog isn’t about being sick, but it seems that’s all that has hit our house this year. A week ago we went into the vet to get shots for Daphne and Sherlock.… Click to keep reading!
Thank you all for being so patient and not harassing me about not posting the last few weeks. I’ve been recovering from my surgery in bursts, and even added a sinus infection on top of everything else. But my friend Megan asked if I was writing a blog post and I thought it was time… Click to keep reading!