I’m feeling better about taking care of my husband. Just a day or two ago, I was all stressed out and worried about not knowing what’s wrong with my husband and about being the one to take care of him. I was worried that I couldn’t take care of him well enough. However, with the help of some of my followers and my family, I now know that I can take care of. My job is not to diagnose him or fix him. My job is to love him, take care of him, and make sure he complies with doctor’s orders. It may not be an easy task, but it is something I can do. I want to thank everyone that helped me to feel better about this situation, I couldn’t have done this without you.

On another story, last night, we had Achilles sleep in our bedroom, in his crate, and it went very well. He didn’t make one noise, he slept soundly. We are going to continue having him sleep in our bedroom, in his crate, for a while, until he gets more comfortable in our home. I’m afraid that if we have him sleep in our room, outside of his crate, we’ll trip over him when we get up. He definitely has separation anxiety.

3 thoughts on “Things Are Improving; Feeling Better

  1. i’m glad you worked through your husband’s care. i’m sure you’ll do a great job. remember, think of the simple things you like, well, besides having your toenails painted.

    a warning on dog sleeping arrangement. first, they’ll sleep in the living room, then a crate in the bedroom, then the bedroom floor, then in the bed, then you’ll be on the couch. :-). the thing is all that time they will be whiling the way into your heart. nothing wrong with that, at least in my book.

    p.s. we sleep with two 25 pound dogs in our bed. it can get pretty tight when they want to take up the same spot…right between my wife and i. i almost couch bound at that time.

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    1. My husband and I keep strict rules with our dogs. They’re not allowed on the couch or in bed. But we get on the floor with them very often to cuddle. We like to do a lot of training with our animals, and we keep up the training even after the classes are done.


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