This morning my thoughts are a grey as the skies. Essie won’t eat which means she hasn’t had her medicine. I still haven’t received my money from the 401K so the vet bill is still unpaid. I am concerned that Essie does indeed have cancer and that her time with us is more limited than we think. It is not me being negative. It is me watching her and her habits. I’ve not voiced this to anyone here because I would get the talk about being more positive. I’m not sure how long til we get the results from Essie’s biopsy. Maybe as late as next week.
We slept later this morning. Mostly due to us being up late. We would’ve been in bed by 10pm but when I went to close the sliding glass door I noticed that I could see stars which meant that the clouds from earlier had gone. Sooooo I decided to wander out and see if I could see the comet. And lo! there it was just over the house. So then I had to get the binoculars to see how well I could actually see it. Well by the time all was said and done it was going on midnight. The kids really wanted me to go to bed but they wanted to make sure I was ok outside. Moose and Essie came out alternately with me while I was star gazing. My patient puppies!
I watched two movies I hadn’t seen for years yesterday. The first was “Sleuth” with Lawrence Olivier and Michael Caine. The second was “Deathtrap” with Michael Caine, Christopher Reeve and Dyane Cannon. I enjoyed watching both of them. Sadly we had no popcorn but that’s ok.
The sun is trying to come out. That will bump up the humidity which I am ok with but I am in the minority. I am going to try to get some work done on my stories. Since I seem to be willing to do it mentally I’d better do it while I can. I will leave you with some photos I took yesterday around sunset. The one cloud formation reminded me of Godzilla, one of my favorite childhood “monsters” (I never thought of Godzilla as a monster and I always thought that Godzilla was a she because of baby Godzilla). Anyway thanks so much for reading and your awesome comments! Stay safe and have a great day!