Saturday, June 9, 2012

My View Today

This isn't my view from today, it's from a few days ago. But it was so beautiful that day, I vastly prefer it to any photo taken during this insanely busy and confusing heartbreaking disorienting Saturday.

Pretty much everything that could go wrong today did, starting with Princess Fur becoming dramatically unwell in the morning and ending with a very lack lustre yoga practice in the evening.

And now I'm sitting here, anxious right down to my bones, dreading tomorrow and simultaneously wishing this entire weekend would just pass quickly.

I can't take the Princess to see her veterinarian until Monday morning. Cross your fingers with me that this is nothing serious. This dog is my best friend, my family, my muse, all rolled up into one furry 18lb bundle.

I'm so worried. I love her so much. This is killing me.

(This post is part of the June photo project)

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Tara said...

I hope Princess Fur is ok!! :( Crossing fingers, toes and legs and arms for good news...

V said...

Oh poor thing! My thoughts are with you both.

Anonymous said...

I hope you can let your love surround her, taking this time today to clarify with her what she needs from you. In my experience the vet can offer tactics or options that might not be what she might choose for herself and being the human intermediary is hard.

I have the belief that whatever is happening is a valid part of your and her life. Feeling deep hearted compassion for that experience.

This is the only moment you have.

Karen said...

How is she today, Kai?

sereneflavor said...

Oh Kai, I hope it is a passing thing and that tomorrow comes soon enough. Keeping you both in my thoughts.

Kaivalya said...

Thanks for the supportive comments, everyone. Just an update... She's a bit better today and the pain seems to have lessened. She's also eating normally again (she never stopped eating, she just stopped 'eating with gusto'). I'm less worried about getting through the weekend. We have a morning appointment with the veterinarian tomorrow.