We all like our routines and I most definitely love mine. After my morning stroll around my yard it's time to get my 1st round of meds and then have breakfast. (I lovee Breakfast). After breakkies, I hop in Dad's lap for my morning nap. My power nap takes about an hour and then it's time for round 2 of meds. I'll gaze out my window, keeping watch for any sort of wildlife that dares trespass on my property. Then we move into lunchtime. Ahhhhh, Lunchtime is another favorite part of my day.
Sure there are a few signs around the house that let you know things are a bit different here. Mom has tied bits of tinfoil to kitchen twine and taped them to places in the hallway and around the house where I'd bump into things with my bad eye. The reflection of the light on the tinfoil blowing around is enough to keep me from running into walls and furniture. My vision is considerably worse in poor light. Now days when it gets dusk Mom turns on a lot more lights. (Dad says our house is lit up like a runway at the airport... Mom just gives him "the Look") Plus I never go out of the house without my Doggles now. So all in all no big changes.
I still go on my walks through the woods and play soccer. Yesterday was a mole hunting day. I don't know many pups that enjoy digging for moles as much as I do. I can dig for what Mom says seems like hours. I'm an all or nothing kind of girl, and I put my all into mole hunting. I jump into digging for that mole with both paws!! I sling dirt all over. I end up with dirt on my back dirt on my tummy, and I definitely have what Mom referrers to as "gunk" caked on my face where I dig with my mouth as well as my paws. Yups pups life is good.
Life has its ups and downs, that's true. Mom and Dad have found out you can't dwell on the what ifs. Just as we pups keep our eyes and faith on our pawrents, our pawrents must do the same with God. With faith, furiends, and prayer, we get through the bumpy parts of the road one day at a time.
Thank you all for following along in this adventure I call Life.
Love, Molly and my Mom