Shades of Gray from Grayson Co, TX #916 – Ah, the beauty of a rainy walk with a good friend!

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My deaf rescue dog Grace is such a good friend. She knows how to pick me up when I am down. Every morning she greets me like she has never seen me before.

She is totally deaf except when I let out a loud sneeze ( sorry, I learned it from my dad). That scares the hell out of her and she runs to mama when I do let one blow.

My digestive disorders are almost in check. I was diagnosed with microscopic colitis. A nasty little bug, but the steroids they put me on seem to be doing the trick. Hell, they should cure most anything at $1300.00 for a one month dosage. Luckily I only have to take them for two months.

Still working on my back and hip problems. Had a cortisone injection in the left hip on Wednesday. Felt so good I will go back next week for one in my right hip.

Ah, the pleasures of living to become an old fart. Keep looking in the rear view mirror to see what falls off next…….monos en theos ††† jas L

3 thoughts on “Shades of Gray from Grayson Co, TX #916 – Ah, the beauty of a rainy walk with a good friend!

  1. This is one of my favorite photos. Thank you so much for sharing. It’s good to see you my friend. Glad you’re on the mend.

    1. Allie…..hey, so good to hear from one of my Southwest friends. Yeah, I have been a sick pup since retiring. I have had two surgeries and several other invasive “procedures”. I think some of it is having access to docs and getting stuff repaired that I have ignored for too many years. Susan actually took this image. She gets so nervous when I hand her my camera. Makes me laugh…….enjoy life..monos en theos…jas L

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