So on Thursday I had to take Molly to the vets to get her blood taken for her allergy testing, $410 later!! Anyhow they weighed Molly and she has put on 6 1/2 lbs since we got her. She is now 45 lbs, and she has to lose weight. The problem this to my mind she is always hungry, and I have started making her the chicken breast, with brown rice and veggies, which she adores. She gobbles up her breakfast and supper in minutes, so I have been giving her a little more to eat. As its cold she's not out as much and not getting the exercise, so all this adds up to her putting on weight.
So she is going to go back on the bought food as I can monitor how much she eats better, and I know she is getting all the nutrients she needs.
I still have a horrible headache. I have never had one this bad in a while. I am blaming it on the fact that I have been varnishing part of the floor in our bedroom, on Monday through Wednesday. I went to bed on Wednesday night at 7pm and slept right the way through until just after 5am on Thursday morning and as I am writing this on Thursday night at 6pm I am so tired and could go to bed now.
Also my mouth isn't healing properly from last week. I have ran out of antibiotics, and have got a blister on the inside of my cheek. I have been rinsing out my mouth with warm salted water, but it still stings like crazy when I drink anything too hot or too cold. Orange juice about kills me with the stinging. I will see how I feel after the weekend, if I am no better then I'll have to go to the dentist again. Where they pulled the tooth that seems fine, its all around the tooth, the gum and my cheek which is still so sore.
That is also the reason I haven't been visiting anyone's blogs, as I my poor head is killing me.
Did you put your money in your pot today for the Daily Saving's Club?
Today's Money Saving Tip:
Trade Plants with Friends and Neighbors. One of the best and cheapest ways to get plants that you know will do well in your area is to trade with nearby friends, relatives, and acquaintances. Many species, such as iris, daylily, and hosta, can (or even need to) be divided periodically, while you can collect seeds or start cuttings from others.