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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Interesting Weekend

We all had a four day weekend around here (Friday was a Snow Day Makeup for Caleb's school, but we didn't use any this year, so we didn't have to make it up) and over all it was really good.  There was lots of hanging around, and watching movies together, some nice, lazy mornings, and then yesterday there was a trip with Max to the Emergency Vet.  I won't go into details because it was kind of gross (it was an eye thing), but they got him sorted out pretty quickly, he's now happy as a clam, and except for the joy of giving him eye drops three times a day (I love medicating cats, don't you?), and a recheck with our regular vet later this week, he's good.  Not really what we had planned, but I know we had a better weekend than the parents of the dog who came in right after us - we heard the words "Anti-Venom" used.  The dog got treated first of course, but that gave Max a chance to really investigate the exam room.  When the vet got to him, Max hid behind some of the medical supplies in the room.  It didn't work - the vet moved the jars of cotton balls and stuff.
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In addition to all the lazy and the drama though, there was knitting!  I finished the back and the right front of my cardi and I'm almost done with the left front.  Once it's all finished and I do a 3 needle bind off of the shoulders, I can start sleeves!  I've also found a button, and it should be here soon, so I'll show you when it gets here.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous LeAnn W said...

Good luck with Max.. Ouy vet & groomer would put a blindfold on Lacie whenever they needed to trim claws or other things that kitties don't like. Won't work for eyedrops - maybe a pillow case for the rest of him?

12:51 PM  
Blogger Sarah Kalkbrenner said...

I'm glad Max is okay, despite the eye drops! The sock is lovely and I am impressed that you can see the pattern so well on the dark yarn.

4:33 PM  

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