Boza back to a semblance of stability… TRV

Has been a rough few days. In fact it has been almost a terrible week to be exact. Last night I received the most sleep that I have gotten in many days. I have been 24 hrs. a day watching Boza and after a round of being sick, bad eye issues and such, it has washed out to be a draw on the battle front. I lost no ground to the glaucoma, but gained nothing either…

Actually that is winning the battle with the situation as it is…

At 3 a.m. this morning Boza was up and dancing around the Tiny Russian Village home. He seemed to be back from the gates of the sick and was ready to go out to find a kitty. I sighed and sat up on the edge of the bed and grumbled at Boza. I had fallen asleep at a little past 11 p.m. the night before and here it was 3 a.m. the next day. Boza smiled his doggy smile at me and started to do his doggy dance again. Boza loves to wiggle his butt…

Boza is impervious to a bear grumbling at the start of the day and today, seeing the butt wiggle for the first time in almost a week, made me smile, even as I grumbled about the gods and their desire to see me drop dead from no sleep. Thus, lets start how the day starts in the Tiny Russian Village…

First: I do the initial drops in Boza’s eyes. These start the process of cleaning and clearing his eyes…

Second: I then stand up as the dog is wiggling his butt and I stumble outside to meet the dark world (Boza who lives in a dark world, just wiggles his butt anyway and….) We walk for half an hour and go back home…

Third: Boza eats, I boil water, make coffee and Boza gets his second round of drops. Two different types this time…

Fourth: I put Boza on the couch next to me and I write a post or two…

Fifth: Boza waits patiently for me to finish and then he starts wiggling a butt dance as soon as he realizes that I might be enticed to walk again…

Sixth: We walk, he eats again, I take my pills and after checking his eyes and adjusting and or adding medicine as needed. I put Boza to bed, so that he heals better and finish what ever I am doing on the internet…

Seventh????: If a good active Boza is available? Before it gets too warm outside, Boza and I walk again. Then he may eat again and usually this all ends at around 8 a.m…

Five hours is the norm to accomplish the beginning of our day. At this point I am able to leave for a few hours and do whatever I need to do in life. Boza sleeps good until at least 10 a.m…

Then it all starts over again. Three times a day this happens…

Thank God that this morning the pattern went back to normal…

My prayers were answered and my world calmed down again…

Boza is a happy wiggly butt doggy this morning…

Have a good day…

WtR


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