I guess it’s true that there is always something good to offset the bad in our lives.
We spent most of the day yesterday visiting my husband’s son in the hospital. This round of chemo is really knocking the crap out of him. Literally. Poor guy can’t keep anything in. It’s hard for me to see him like that, so knocked down. I know it’s killing my husband. He has always been a “fixer” and he knows there is nothing he can do to “fix” this. We just have to wait and pray that the chemo does it job.
So is was good medicine for my husband that we went to the breeder right from the hospital to see our new little Golden Girl. The last time we were there, she was only a few days old and didn’t really have that “steal your heart” face that puppies have. She sure does now. My husband melted when he saw her. He snuggled her and kissed her nose and told her that she was going to be a much loved dog. The smile on his face was a welcome sight. Lisa, our breeder, said we can take her home in two weeks.
We can’t wait to get you home Daisy Mae. We really need you in our lives right now.