Since last week Amelia has barely shown any improvement. She’s still a bit lively but she’s still very thin, throwing up a bit, and she has the runs. The vet wants a poo sample to check a few other things but that’s where everything stops. They don’t know what’s wrong, they still suspect an infection, a very stubborn one. So naturally that’s what is occupying my thoughts and time. I check on her constantly, and spend as much time as my lungs allow. Oh yeah, the doctor I recently talked to after my stomach ailment told me to be very careful with how much time I spend around cats and dust because I could develop a breathing ailment because of my pre-existing heart condition. I honestly don’t think the cats are the problem though. I think the house I live it is the real problem. There’s problems with the ducts and a lot of dust settles inside and that stuff makes me itch like crazy! So I bought some of those plain white masks to wear when I clean and spend time with the cats. It’s helped a lot.
I did struggle with this week’s posts though. I just couldn’t come up with anything new to post since most of the reviews I’ve written are for books that don’t come out until next month or later! I was stressing out over having something to post and that was kind of pulling me down. I love reviewing books but this week it felt like a burden rather than an awesome hobby. So I skipped yesterday’s post and just took a day for me.
|My other munchkin.|
By the way, I haven’t seen my baby sister in about four or five years so I tend to get a little weepy when I talk about her.
Let’s see, OH! I’m also going to be having my first real meal since I got sick! I’ve been eating small amounts of bland veggies for five days and while I enjoyed it the first two days, by now I’m ready to punch someone if they bring me vegetables again. I want a friggin’ pizza or something. Lol. I’ve been hangry since yesterday.
I’m so looking forward to a better week next week. Goodbye March, hello April.