|~The end of the day from my front porch~|
I'll admit to still reeling about Eva's diagnosis. One evening, on my way home from work, I did what many women do when they're down, and that's a little bit of shopping. It was for Eva. Replaced is her plain black collar she was wearing with a pink-hearted-plaid one.
One thing it's not hard to tell is that Todd does like Eva. Even if she doesn't always see what he does.
On the inside, we've been struggling with our newest arrival, Teddy. Getting him to eat this week has been a real challenge. I've been hoping that with time, rest, and medications maybe Teddy would improve, but I've seen no improvement. Actually, we've been losing ground with Teddy the last few days. He's only eating a few bites at mealtime. I've tried everything to entice him, finally settling with green tripe and cheese mixed with kibble, which he seems to like. --What dog wouldn't, right?
I will end on a positive note and say that we have signed and returned the contract, and have officially added Bo as a permanent member of our household. It's how it should be with him as well.
|~Teddy and Bo snoozing together~|