Time has flown...it really didn't seem like we were gone for a month.
We walked in the door and couldn't quite believe it.
Sometimes, it seems like we never left!!
The phone has been ringing. Dr. Visits have occurred. Blood has been drawn. News that had not been expected.
Most of you know that I suffer from a variety of autoimmune diseases, and now I have been referred to yet another specialist and must change medications because the ones I am on are not as effective as they once were.
I shouldn't say I am in crisis mode...but in the Dr's words...this is not your garden variety problem we are dealing with here. This is significant.
Not the words I wanted to hear.
I tried my best to keep up with my active husband on vacation. He truly prefers hiking and exploring all of the parks. I used to love doing that sort of thing. Now, walking any distance is difficult for me. It's also frustrating because he just doesn't understand. So, I believe that I must have gone a bit too far and have sent my body into some sort of "crisis" mode.
I should have known better. This has happened before.
Sometimes, one has to just say NO.
I am including some photos of the girlz at one of our first stops in North Carolina.
Chloe (for some reason) has an problem with dog parks.
Dog parks of any kind.
She does not like them. So she will rebel. I managed to get her inside the gate for about 87 seconds and then she was headed back out again.
LadyBug would have been quite happy to stay there...or continue doing laps around the park!