You know the country songs where everything goes wrong? Truck broke down, dog died, woman left, etc. We had one of those days. It started early Monday morning with Cannon woke up panicking and struggling to breathe. It was scary and we narrowly avoided a trip to the ER but were instructed to go see his doctor in the morning.
Luckily everything looked good for Cannon and he ended up with a negative covid test. It was a very scary ordeal but all seems to work out for the best.
Then we got word the Cory’s grandmother had passed. We were expecting this news sometime soon but we were hoping she would be able to go home. My hope is that we can all gather safely this summer and celebrate the life of this loving, wonderful woman.
Cory’s Aunt who was there when she passed reminded us that family is everything and not to waste a minute.
During our stressful day, Humphry began throwing up and couldn’t keep anything down, we have seen this before when he struggled with Pancreatitis. He seemed to be suffering so we ran him to the emergency veterinary hospital to be checked out.
We were lucky that we were able to bring Humphry home for the evening and then take him back in for an ultrasound tomorrow to check his pancreas. When we took him in for this in September his heart stopped and we almost lost him so it is very difficult to leave him at the hospital.
All in all it was a rough day, but we are happy to have each other and we get to start over again tomorrow.
Hug your loved ones when you can.