Note--Puppy has most of his weigh on the left leg. His right one is his bad one.
Thank all of you for your concern for Puppy. This is second hand info since Mama Bear did not talk to the doctors office. Puppy told me that the Dr. Assistant said his MRI did not show anything torn but it did show a protruding screw. He will start therapy next week and then see Dr. Elrod the second day of September.
After what we went through in 2004, I was very, very thankful for this news.
Mr. Fraley was Puppy's first employer. He has a home improvement business and does a really good job. I like him as he does the job right and he explains in detail what he will do. That is a plus, in this day and time. If you need something done, call him. I know I will.
Mr. Fraley is genuinely friendly and he loves telling stories of by gone days. He was a sniper in Vietnam and spent several years in the military helping to protect our freedom. Puppy was fully entertained as he worked.
I appreciate the guidance he gave my son. Thank you Ken.
As for other things, I have had Grandma's cleaning gene attack me from behind and I have been trying to get this glass house in order. I use to before two back surgeries do all the windows in one day. Now it takes a good month or more to accomplish the same task. I am pacing myself.
Can't afford to get down.
The kitty justice is Puppy had a good experience and is still standing. I can say the kitty justice for me is that I can still get the jobs done just takes a few more days than before.