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This was my pretty bandage that was placed on my leg after my ACL surgery on October 18, 2012. The surgery went well and I was feeling good a month afterward. Mom was still worried about me and pampered me to the hilt. Dr. Steve said it would take about 3 months for a complete recovery. However, I was up and running a little bit after 2 months. Mom would not allow me to chase squirrels. By the time, I was ready to chase squirrels I then was diagnosed with the lung cancer. Now I do not take any interest in chasing squirrels. I do not even look at them anymore. I do no play with my stuffed toy squirrel. Every time mom and I were ready to go out for our walk, I would grab my Mitter Quirrel at the front door and wanted to take him outside with us. Now I no longer grab my Mitter Quirrel anymore. I just do not have any energy and mom does not want me to overdo myself as I get short of breath. I just go outside to go potty and then come back in our place. Mom gets so depressed when I have my bad days and I do not grab my Mitter Quirrel anymore. She tells me it is okay though as she does not want me to become tired out and have more trouble breathing. Mom spirits are lifted somewhat when I wag my tail when she is talking to me and giving me kisses. She tells me everything is going to be okay and we will get through this. I love my mommy so much and mommy loves me. Mom tells me that when I go to the bridge that I will always be with her where ever she goes. She said I would always be in her heart. She said the most upsetting will be when she goes places or does things that remind her of me. She then begins to cry and hugs me. Mom tries her hardest not to cry in front of me as she does not want me upset, but I can see when her eyes tear up. Mom is taking this so hard and I am to. Mom actually sees tears in my eyes. My eyes become watery and then mom knows I am crying.