Dolly was apparently caught in the last two days (I don’t know who or how) and will be going to live with three other llamas. Apparently a lot of people have been keeping an eye on her, which is really cool. I’m glad she has other llamas to live with. They are herd animals and really need others of their own kind.
Now I can concentrate on getting my mother-in-law through a shoulder replacement. Yeah. I am flying to Florida the Monday after Thanksgiving to be there for her Tuesday surgery. Two doctors have indicated that the only relief for her shoulder pain is a total shoulder replacement. Ken and I are extremely skeptical and asked for pain control. The lady is strong, but she is 85 years old. But, no. Both docs said the only “cure” is total shoulder replacement. She is determined to have it. And she is living in Florida for the winter. So, I will fly down and Adam and Sarah are going to meet us down there for the surgery and the week after. A rehab center is ready to take her and work with her after the surgery. I have no idea how this will all go and it’s a bit of a stress. But, it is what is going to happen, so we will deal with it!
Anyway…I can only hope that a week down there with her after surgery will at least get her into the rehab center where they will give her 24 hour care. After that we will play it by ear.
I can envision ears all over the place at the moment. But, what will be will be!
So, for now….nighty night!