Wednesday, July 2, 2008

I have my friend back!

David e-mailed me and I went over for a short visit last night.  We seemed to pick right back up like nothing happened.  We did talk about the problem that occured and I agreed it was my fault and I could see where he got upset.  Sarah was wanting to jump in their pool but I said no.  It was getting late and the air temp was cool. 

We have been having problems with her pump lately.  Her inset site (where the tube goes into the skin) has been getting kinked and she is not getting her insulin.  As a result her sugars go sky high and she gets sick.  She started summer rec yesterday and decided she didn't like it and didn't want to go so we aren't going to make her go.  She said it was boring and she didn't know anyone there. 

I have decided to re-home Daisy.  I found a wonderful family for her and we are bringing her over there tonight.  Don't get me wrong, I love Daisy, but I don't have the time and energy to devote to her.  Her new family has a huge yard, a dog run and another dog for her to play with!  They said we can visit Daisy and they will send pictures...  I am going to miss her but I won't miss the mess and chaos everyday!  Or the poop and pee everywhere. 

Besides that there isn't much more going on.  We are going to fireworks tomorrow night at the racetrack and I have the weekend off, but no plans yet...

9 comments:

jeanno43 said...

I know 4th July is a big holiday over there. Have a wonderful time.

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ally123130585918 said...

Sad you are parting with Daisy but she is going to a good home so that must be a comfort ~ Glad you have your friend David back hope all goes well there for you ~ hope you can sort the problems out with Sarah's pump that must be a bit of a worry ~ Have a wonderful 4th of July Celebrations ~ Ally x

chat2missie said...

I'm glad you found a good home for Daisy.  I hope Sarah's pump problems can get straightned out soon.
Missie

breakaway1968 said...

Oh how scary for Sarah...I hope that gets fixed better.  I give you credit for re homing Daisy instead of leaving her outside in a kennel like a lot of people would do if they find they have no time for them.  Glad you found her a nice home :)  

sunnybethe said...

Hi Linda,  I'm glad you and Dave got things worked out.  Poor Sarah...what does the Dr or Curious me, being a peds nurse, ya know?  

That is so good that you found a good place for Daisy.  Sometimes as single mothers we have to make choices so we can devote more time to our kids and work.  

I used to go to the fireworks at the track...Saratoga is so wonderful!

hugs,  Bethe

jlocorriere05 said...

I hope the doctor can get Sarahs' pump right foe her. I'm sure Daisy will enjoy her new home with a dog to keep her company. Enjoy the fireworks tomorrow! Jeannette xx  http://journals.aol.co.uk/jlocorriere05/Welcometomytravels/  

tendernoggle said...

Linda I hope you get the pump thing worked out with little Sarah...i know she is bound to feel so bad when it does that.
I am so happy that you found a good home for Daisy...
God bless,
love  ya,
carlene

am4039 said...

I hope you get the pump working right. So sorry about Daisy I know it must be hard but I'm sure she will love her new home.

bhbner2him said...

I hate to think of poor little Sarah having those problems.  Hope it all can be worked out.  Proceed with eyes wide open.  -  Barbara