Now that I have returned to Classic Editor I can reply to people – all except two. For reasons , which are unknown, any comments I make on these post are deleted. I have no idea why this is happening because I thought we had fixed this. Seems I was mistaken, but I don’t know what the problem is. These are the Monica and Annabell Marsh
Annabell is home but the problem is not sorted. Everything from the exploratory surgery on Tuesday (20th) has been sent away for analysts and we should have these results when I take her back to the hospital next Friday 30th.
Right at the moment there is a major storm front settled over the Eyre Peninsula. The noise of the storm was incredible with rolling thunder which seemed like it was sitting on the roof – not a lot of lightening. The thunder is still happening but it is a bit further away than it was when it woke me up at 3:30. I am happy to say that the dogs have not been bothered. Benji is ok and Yogi is deaf anyway :o)
Monday 26th. Jim was released from hospital yesterday afternoon and I took Yogi home late this afternoon. Too much happening on Sunday and this morning was shopping day. I had intended to take Yogi home after shopping, which would be about 12(ish) however, as the Bard wrote “The best laid plans of mice and men…” We were no sooner back in the house when the hospital telephoned and said they had a cancellation would Annabell like to have that appointment rather than Friday. We thought this was good and accepted the offer. I phoned Jim and told him we would be late returning Yogi and why. I have to take her for tests tomorrow (Tuesday) and again for another scan on Friday. However, the initial test results from last week are not good. We
do have a result but it needs to be confirmed. She’s comfortable with the result, or at least she has accepted it – I’m really not. I just wish I was but I’m not. Sooner, rather than later, regardless of what
happens this week, we will have to go down to Adelaide for an operation. At this stage we believe it will be at the Flinders Medical Center. I wont be able to take Benji with us so I either find someone to look after him, or I lodge him in the Kennels for a few days. Adelaide – well most of South Australia really, is not pet friendly. Yes, I know I look after other peoples’ dogs from time to time , but that’s different. We are talking about my Benji here. Jim does not keep good health and has enough to look after Yogi – his own dog: Dougal’s family also have health problems and would not be able to cope with Benji and although Max is a lovely Pug, Benji did not get on well with Max – so I have no place else to go other than the Kennels.
We had further blood tests and we go for the final scan tomorrow (Friday) these will confirm the results. Once that is done I will telephone the boys and ask them to come over and we can have a family conference. The boys need to be told, something I was going to do on Wednesday but Annabell said to leave things until it’s confirmed and we know for definite. On a positive side we have been told that it is not a “deadly” form and she should respond to treatment after the initial infection has been removed. We can only hope and pray that this is so, and on Sunday I will be obliged to let the congregation know.