We received a package yesterday from the Landons (although it arrived a while ago- we just hadn't checked the mail). Among other things, they sent us eight Charlotte publications! How exciting! I have big plans for reading them this week with a cup of coca tea, although not in one sitting.
This morning I found out that my grammar class from last week was only for 1 week. Oh dear. They say that next week they might have space for me to start up again. Assuming that is true, the break isn't so bad. I'm still catching up on life from when Mom was visiting, so I could use the extra time.
Some fellow students at language school who are also doctors told Tim today that smart people no longer use casts for ligament issues and that it would be better for him not have it on. Ah. He is going to another clinic tomorrow morning that specializes in sports injuries for a second opinion and possibly to have the cast removed. Who's suprised? I'd say we might have a sequel coming on his 3rd world medicine post.
Taza is still sleeping all day, but I think she is getting (a little) bigger. The picture at the top is one of her favorite places to sleep right now (especially since Tim spends a lot of time lying in bed!). Sally and Chovis, the family dogs, are done drooling all over her. Sally still follows her around, but I think Chovis is scared of her. Starting tomorrow, I'm going to leave her home with them during my one morning class (8:30-10).
The picture below is of her toys. The only "normal" one is the blue bone, which the vet recommended, but which is way too big for her. She's so not interested. The others are improv: a toilet paper roll, a baby toothbrush, a cardboard stick, a keychain stuffed animal, and a tiny ball of yarn. She's crazy about them. And chewing in general.