Wednesday, March 12, 2008


Hillary was in Harrisburg, PA yesterday. I am going to Harrisburg today for DS's cardiology appointment. I would have loved to cross paths with her. I would love for my kids to see any candidate this year since it is such a history making election year. We have a few more weeks of until the PA primary so there should be a few chances for us to see at least one of the candidates.
My dog is very sick this week. I had her to the vet on Monday and she tested positive for Lyme disease. She was given 2 meds and sent home. She is worse today so we are headed back there this morning. I am really hoping everything will be ok. She really is one of the family. Update: At this moment things do not look good for the dog. I had to leave her at the vet and we will have to make a decision probably later today. Keep her in your prayers! Here is her picture.. she is only 3.

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MoneyCommonSense said...

HI CArol,
I hope your doggy feels better soon. Is she going to need to take medication permanently now?

Anonymous said...

I hope your dog is okay. I had to put my 4 yr. old Yorkie to sleep when she was dying of liver failure. It was so hard. Please let us know.

Anonymous said...

I wish the best for your pet & your family, I know how you feel.
Our pets mean so much to us!

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