I was off to a running start early this morning. That fall chill is in the air and it had me turning on the heat in the house and blasting it while in the car. The trees are really starting to turn and the fall pumpkins, winter pansies and mums are being sold every where.
One of my stops today was the laundromat to wash and dry all of the dog beds. I've decided that laundromats have changed very little over the years, and this one is no exception and seems a little stuck in a time warp. But it was pretty much deserted, and I decided that I must be the only one with nothing else to do on a Saturday morning.
The day has come to an end with our keeping a close eye on Annie. She's not been feeling well the last couple of days, and today she has begun episodes of trembling or shivering. You may recall that Annie has lost about 75% of her kidney function, so this may be an indication that her kidney disease is in its final stages-- But of course that's only a guess, and I may very well be totally wrong about what's causing her to shiver. Annie didn't come into the kitchen for her dinner, but she did eat her meal, and seems content and comfortable, so I'm trying really hard to not be too worried right now. Would you believe that in January she'll be 15 years old? I told her she has to stay well so we can celebrate.
I so hope Annie does, and I hope you are having a good weekend!