I am Moving Today
Well, just about to tear down my system for the day. Kind of painful since I’m so addicted to the internet, blogging, photography and graphics. But I will be back online later tonight. I am moving into my dear friend Lyn’s house. The lady who is a professional dog-everything.
Having MS has been very difficult, but I have been through tough times before. However, my health from this disease is deteriorating me almost on a daily basis. Therefore I stepped down from my position as Director with the company I work for as well as cut back to 30 hours per week. I simply cannot work more than that and the stress from my job is not helping my health at all. In doing so, I took a $15k cut in salary, so maintaining a house on my own is more than I’m willing to handle. And, honestly, I do miss Lyn’s company and the dogs. OMG… did I just say that? LOL… yes, I do. Even with the doggie chaos, the barking, the rotation of teams of dogs in the yard, they all bring a smile to my face which has not happened much in the past several months.
Yesterday I actually managed to lay carpet in the two rooms I am going to occupy (LOL.. a new movement, “Occupy Lyn’s”), and I’m paying for it today. I am so sore and weak, can barely walk. But I have some very strong male friends all coming over in a few hours to do the work for me. They’ve always been there for me no matter what. I am very fortunately to have the friends that I do have. They are rare. It is most definitely quality not the quantity that truly matters in life. They are the kind of friends that I would jump in front of a bullet to save their lives if I had to. I have family back east, but, well, it’s just best to say, “You can pick your friends, but you cannot pick your family,” and I will leave it at that.
So, cheers everyone! I will be back on later tonight, and I’m sure in the future, the comedy from these critters will provide me with ample blogging material as well as lots of photography.
In this picture is Annie (left), who is a Rhodesian Ridgeback mix and a rescue. The curly mop on the right is Sebastian, who is a Champion Portuguese Water Dog.