ParisStreetPitCrew wrote:Still thinking of you. Sending hugs and smooches.
And likewise, I'm glad to know the thoughts are mutual and hope you're doing alright.
I wanted to add that in my last post on here I said:I don't want to wait until it's too late but I want her to be feeling crummier than she is now before we do anything drastic.
Thinking about it more in depth, and to explain myself better - her quality of life seems to be really good right now. She's an old woman and spends most of her time sleeping but when she is active she's running around like a dork, trying to jump on my bed, begging for my food and my roommate's food, chowing down on her k/d. She's gained nearly 2lbs back which she had lost. It isn't that I want her to feel crappy, but I feel that her quality of life is good enough at this moment that she is not ready to go. She hasn't shown me that she doesn't want to live anymore. Like we always tell each other, they will let you know and I don't feel like she's ready to go yet.
I was really excited to see that she has gained nearly 2lbs which makes me very happy, she's starting to look like her old self again. I'm just glad that regardless of her kidney values she still seems to feel very well and I am very grateful for this time we're able to spend together. The weather has been crap this weekend, I'm hoping Monday can be a park day.