Thank you for your email. I am finally having a peace about my puppy dying. I know there is a reason for everyhing. And I had no control over this one. So for now, I am just trying to focus on feeling better. I am having surgery on Feb 16. I will be gald when this is over with. I feel like my days and nights get so mixed up when I am in such pain because I can't sleep. Then I think I reach a point of exhaustion and sleep a few hours. The doctor has given me some phenergan and some vicodin which helps the pain. It also seems to make me very sleepy until I have been on it for a while. I don't take it as often as it reads so I can be conscious for a while. It's not really that bad, but it does make me sleepy.
What is your situation like? I have had 3 laparotomies and 2 laparscopes. THey are going to try a laparascope this time too. I pray it works.
I just had to say that reading your email made me smile. I could just hear your accent through your email. It is very cute! I love hearing how different people talk. I was born in Alabama so I had a very southern accent, or what my husband calls it, Hick talk. It is not as bad now since I have been living in Texas since I was 13. But my husband, Ted, says that anytime we go back for a visit I slip right back into it. I don't notice it, but he sure does. Anyway, you really made me smile. Thanks! I needed that! Keep in touch, Okay?
Big hugs and lots of love,
Jenny L in Texas
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (jenny)
>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
>Subject: Re: Please Pray
>Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2001 13:43:59 -0600
>I really know how you feel about your pup! I bred from my dog 6 years
>ago. She had 5 apparently healthy pups, but 2 slowly died. She too
>rejected the pups just before they died, although she was a really good
>mum to the others. I felt real guilt, although the vet assured me that
>there was nothing else we could have done. My husband and myself had
>taken it in turn to try to syringe feed the pups, and keep them warm. We
>were lucky enough to have 3 others which helped to compensate for the
>loss and we kept one of them.She continues to bring a lot of pleasure.
>You did nothing wrong - the pup was not meant to live and nature took
>its course. I know that that is little comfort, but maybe in the long
>run it is better. At least the wee soul does not have to cope with a
>life of pain if there was something internally wrong.
>Thinking of you and positive thoughts to all of the other adhesion
>love Jenny L (Scotland)
>At Sun, 04 Feb 2001, jenny low wrote:
> >Thank you for your prayers. They have really worked. My daughters told me
> >that singing a song that we sing in church made them feel better. i told
> >them to keep it up. I think they are handling it pretty well. I cried
> >yesterday every time I thought about him. But I know it wasn't my fault.
> >day we will be able to understand, I hope.
> >Love and hugs,
> >>From: Chrissy492@aol.com
> >>Reply-To: email@example.com
> >>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
> >>Subject: Re: Please Pray
> >>Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2001 10:56:52 -0600
> >>Oh Jennny <<<<<<<sending hugs to the family>>>>>>>
> >>Remember, it's not your fault. Everything happens for a reason. I know
> >>that's probably not what you want to hear right now - sorry. I was so
> >>with your email and found myself attached to the baby puppy too. What a
> >>crushing end with heartache.....I'm sending you love and prayers that
> >>your families heart heals.
> >>Love and Hugs,
>jenny L (Scotland)