Welcome to this week’s Sunday Post. This feature is brought to you by The Caffeinated Book Reviewer, so swing by after you are done here and get the full list of participants!
- [4 Jun] #SundayPost: June 4th
- [5 Jun] How to Heal a Heartbreak by Cynthia Eden ★★★★
- [6 Jun] Stinger by Mia Sheridan ★★★★
- [7 Jun] The First Death by Kendra Elliot ★★★★
- [9 Jun] #FreebieFriday: June 9th
- Love, Theoretically by Ali Hazelwood
- Hothouse Flower by Becca and Krista Richie
@maritzalandaker #shortfilmedits #moviescene #filmclips #movie #film #movieclips #fyp #foryou #fypシ #foryoupage#movie ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys – Kevin MacLeod & Kevin The Monkey
I got way too many books on the audible sale. Its a problem. Not a problem I plan on solving or anything, but a problem.
I had my endoscopy on Friday. She had a hard time finding a vein. She blew the one in my elbow and had to go for one in my hand. I get flush and nauseous every time they stick me, so by the time she went for the second one, I was near to passing out. But, that was the worst thing that happened. Overall, the endoscopy looked good. He biopsied a place and thinks that we might need to adjust my reflux medication but said everything else looked totally normal.
I took one of the dogs to the vet this week. It was a $500 visit! She is 14, so it was a normal visit for shots, plus blood work for her age. Then they prescribed meds for her arthritis and liver function. And, we had to get heartworm meds for the year. That was only 1 of the 4 dogs! Thankfully, the others are all young and won’t need as much done, but still!
We are still working on housebreaking the new boys, Sammy and Dean. We think that prior to us rescuing them, they were either living in a crate or living outside. They are adjusting really well, so I am hoping that in a few more weeks we will have the house training down. Many years ago, with Calleigh, we used a bell for her to communicate when she needed to go out. Well, the boys think the bell is the best toy ever so we are trying something different. I got a couple of the dog buttons you can record on. I’m gonna try that and see if they can get in the habit of telling me when they need to go out. Fingers crossed!
So we had a weird interaction with the neighbors yesterday that had my anxiety up for sure. So, its an elderly man that lives in the house, but he has family over frequently. They had kids over on Saturday and they were playing with a nerf gun that had these dart like things. Well, the dogs found two in our back yard so I tossed them back over the fence (not easy because the fence line is very tree covered). Couple of hours later, this woman knocks on our door. She says “Your boy has a couple of my kids darts” and she is holding one. I said, “I don’t have kids. But we found two and threw them back into the yard”. She said “Well they said your kid took them” and I was so confused. I didn’t have my hearing aids in so I was already stressed about having to talk to someone and she didn’t seem to plan to leave. I told her that I don’t have kids (again) and that I threw 2 back and will throw another one back if we see it. Then she just stood there and stared at me. I shut the door. And for 2 hours my brain could not let this go. First, clearly your kids were not being honest if they said my kid took them because there are NO kids here. Second, maybe your kids should be more careful and instead of coming over and accusing us of something, just ask if we happened to find any. The whole situation just rattled me. I ended up having to take an Ativan just to calm down and let it go. I don’t want drama with my neighbors. I know horror stories about people who end up with neighbor problems. There is a whole Discovery show based on this. So, this is how my anxiety ruined my Saturday.
So, whats new with you this week? Did you read any of the same books I did? Did you find any great book deals I need to grab ASAP? Let me know in the comments!