That is not a good thing. Just finding out today that my grand daughter in Florida had been in the hospital a few weeks ago with a concussion -cheer leading is a dangerous sport- doesn't count so I am still waiting for #3.
1. Got a call from an animal clinic in Northern Wisconsin. Hunter was on the phone. Maggie got into poison again. I immediately started crying. And I couldn't stop. I was able to dial it down at times to listen to what he was telling me. It was a much stronger poison than the kind she got into last time. Yeah, the time when it took me awhile to convince Hunter to take her to the vet. Had we waited one more day she would have needed blood transfusions.
This time the clinic sent blood to....well somewhere else for further testing. But the one they tested at the clinic showed she didn't need a transfusion. She was sent "home" with Chuck to where he is staying for the hunting season. And he has special medicine to give her plus charcoal. I had trouble even telling him the phone #s of our vet here, Just not good. There is a slim chance she could even die. He has to call the vet up there tomorrow afternoon to get the blood tests and see what he is to do. He said he may come home the day before Thanksgiving. And possibly go back. Or I would meet him somewhere halfway and bring her home and he would go back up or just keep her there 'till the 1st of December as he originally planned. The only reason there are no tears staining this page is because the Xanax is finally kicking in. Had they not stopped, liquor would have been the next stop in my evening.
2. Daughter Dawn texted pretty much right after I hung up with Hunter. Grand daughter Meadow is in the ER. She has had headaches for a long time and they tried a few meds, one of which lessened her headaches but also totally stopped the tremors she was having in her hands. This headache was the worst ever. She had just seen a Neurologist who wants her to see a Cardiologist. But before Dawn could even make that appt, she ends up in the hospital. I am waiting for Dawn to call me.
3. To be Determined. The day's not over yet.