You know what they say about best laid plans and all that. Well, actually I don’t recall what they say specifically, but I know they say something about it. And whatever it is, I’m sure it’s not good.
Today I had planned to spend the entire day working on my sponsorship proposals so I could start getting those out. And I have a sample resume to mock up for our students tomorrow. I also told my friend that I would help to prep some KLEAN products for the upcoming event this weekend. While it may not seem like much, it pretty much guaranteed a full day (especially with the sponsorship proposal).
Instead…I spent the day dealing with the pupster. He’s been very lethargic and showing signs that he may have hurt his back again. So I had to schedule an emergency (of sorts) visit to his wonderful vet, Dr. Pilch. He’s so good, we actually drive all the way out to Van Nuys to see him. So of course, there’s traffic to deal with around 9:00Am this morning.
They didn’t have an early appointment available, so they asked me to drop him off and pick him up later. That of course means that the visit takes twice as long. All is good. As long as they can see him and get him back on his steroids, I’m fine. Turns out, because of the lethargy and the nausea and the lack of appetite for anything but grass, he also wanted to run a blood work up.
He’s back home now and finally relaxing. They gave him a shot of prednisone so he’s feeling no pain (which of course means he thinks he’s fine and can run around and jump up and down on the furniture). I have to call back tomorrow for the results from the blood test, but the doc feels that it’s just his back.
Needless to say, it’s now 4:30 and I barely managed to get any of my proposal done. So yeah, those best laid plans and all that.