Tuesday, January 08, 2008

a real shame

Well, I wish I could say that Josie bound to the door to greet me, all wiggles and no feet touching the floor...

wait, I CAN! She was nutso when I got home today from work. She bound at me like it was any other day. I can't say enough for the love and support we have felt from our friends and family. Thank you.

One good thing about Josie's epilepsy is it doesn't happen when she's excited. This means we can continue hiking and biking and everything like normal.

Speaking of normal...

Life has been pretty good lately (aside from the seizure...but the good there is we got her on meds). Jill and I went to Ikea on Sunday morning. I am in the process of decorating the lounge (formerly known as the cave II). Well, it's lounge-y now. Before it was cold and felt slapped together with left over furniture from when we were still in Kansas. Now it's on its way to feeling like we paid someone to come in and decorate it. It really is turning out well. I've got a few pictures of it in progress, butI think I'm going to make y'all wait until it's done completely. Yeah, I'm mean that way.

I will give you a little hint (and 'rents...don't spoil it!): peacock blue velvet curtains


bronxbt said...

sounds awesome to me!
then again, i've always been HOOKED on HGTV crack.


good to know that sweet josie is doing well...


Monika said...

Well, IKEA saw me last Friday. :o)Peacock blue is gorgeous. Can't wait to see what you did!

Becky said...

I'm so sorry to hear about Josie, but I'm glad to hear that she has the meds for it. My brother had a dog with epilepsy and his seizures were so frequent and bad that they couldn't do anything for him.

Peacock blue sounds really cool -- look forward to seeing the pictures.