Happy and healthy (or something)
Just for the fun of it, I thought we would do my week in numbers.
One. The number of times Daisy got bitten by another cat. I think cat bites/fights are pretty common for those of us terrible pet owners who let our cats wander outside. But Daisy always been a pacifist. And I think on Sunday she wasn't fighting, but running for her life. Post bite, she spent the day lying in one place panting and hissing at me if I came within sight. It was very sad and traumatic for us all and led to .....
Two. The number of times Daisy went to the vet this week. This would also be the number of times Daisy has gone to the vet in the last 11 years. This I distinctly remember because in 2000 I broke my collar bone and something happened to Daisy. I had to drive her to the vet with my broken collar bone and my non power steering/manual shift car. Then, I had to give her daily medicine with one arm. Again, traumatic for all. Daisy doesn't go down often, but when she does she goes big. Oh, but current vet trip. She's been on antibiotics and possible surgery watch if infection set in, but seems to be healing nicely. Phew, only $150 and not $$$$$.
Three. Moving off Daisy for a minute. There are other events in my week. Three is not only the magic number, but the number of birthday parties I am going to this weekend. What's up with September and Birthdays? Oh, New year's eve?
Four. This is an exciting one. The number of folders I set up on my IPhone. My apps are now carefully organized. It doesn't get any better than that.
Five. The hour during which I have been waking up all week, whether I need to or not. Now that I regularly crossfit in the am, my body (and pets) seem to have decided that 5-5.30 is the perfect time to get up. But you know what, it's NOT!
Six. This is a big one. SIX is the number of days I managed to not eat (not even taste) and barely even think about an open and 1/2 eaten bar of chocolate that was sitting in my desk drawer at work. I am sure this is some kind of record and I should probably call Guinness.
Seven (ish). The number of rope climbs I did early one morning. Really, nothing says good morning like a 20 foot rope climb. The workout actually called for ten rope climbs, two climbs in each of five rounds. I was fine doing on the first climb but then would get about 3/4 of the way up on the second and decide it was time to come down. I was pretty proud of the 7 (ish) but next time it needs to be all 10!
Eight. The number of times I rode my bike to and from work.
Nine. I am sure I did nine of something this week, but I can't think of what that might have been.
Ten. One a scale of one to ten, with one being deathly ill and ten being bright eyed and bushy tailed, ten is how Daisy looks today compared to a week ago.