Everyone Loves Archie
Archie has been introduced to his “cousin” dogs. A very big Golden Doodle named Elsa was the first to meet and greet him. After all the sniffing was finished they had so much fun running around in the large back yard. Then they were joined by the other cousin, Millie. Wow….they ran and ran! Archie slept most of the next day; he was wiped out.
My daughter loves Archie. Archie is such a gentle little soul and loves cuddling with every new person he has met on his vacation. Everyone loves the fact that Archie is quiet and calm.
Grand Mom loves that fact that Archie doesn’t bark or jump on her.
Archie has been a little nervous (in my opinion) if I leave the room. But, as long as someone is cuddling with him he can be calm. He had one little mess, so we’re keeping him with us all the time. Traveling can upset his schedule, but overall, he’s been great!
My chronic illness is still not calmed down after the drive here. My feet are still swollen, as well as my face. My pinky fingers dislocated last night, but I just moved them easily back into place. I’m thankful that it didn’t hurt this time. I was able to get all my ring splints on this morning.
My OT (Orthostatic Hypotension) or POTS has been keeping me from staying on my feet very long. I’ve been having dizzy, nausea spells all throughout every day. They basically are very annoying and keep me from doing anything fun, but I can still visit everyone.
I’m thankful to be able to visit those I love. What a blessing!
Psalms 28:7 – The LORD is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my song will I praise him.
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