i was already at burnaby hospital when the call came in that we were short staffed at saints...crap..the freak out began.
anyway..i did survive getting up at 4 am and rush hour traffic, i survived the actual bone scan (altho apparently i am slightly radioactive for the next five days...yay...) and tammy did survive listening to me stressing out for hours on end for all of today...and yes the animals survived also today.
thank you ryan for chipping in and taking over, thank you KO for checking in this afternoon and the multiple use of the "accidents in happening" mop! thank you laura for putting everyone to bed...and that is where i am heading really soon too!
i have to say...i love all of the pepsi challenge posters that folks are making..it totally brightens up the end of my day to see who made what posters today!
and just so you know...bone scans do not stop senior animals in need from reaching me....
new incoming on saturday...3 new ones from chilliwack...one really sad little fat dog whose horrible matts (now shaved off) totally hurt her poor skin....one old skinny cat with loose and falling out teeth and another old black guy with a broken tooth and really wrecked ears. plus there is an FIV from edmonton from another rescue group who doesn't have housing for an FIV positive cat that i said could come here but am not sure when he can get here cuz they have to arrange..... and i haven't emailed back the 9 and 15 year old cats yet whose senior just went in to facility care...and that was just todays animals...i haven't even started in on the ones that called or emailed yesterday cuz i was waiting til i was feeling better...it occurs to me today that i might not ever feel better..it is probably all of the homeless senior animals that are making me ill!
(added by Jenn) Hey Mom ... were you making this kind of face all day long?
Oh well, maybe these 2 pepsi challenge posters I made on my lunch break at work staring Ellie and Merry will make you happy
vote at www.refresheverything.ca/saints