a reply to: LightSpeedDriver
You got a solid wince out of me there, I can't even imagine putting up with something that painful for so long!
The toe is healing, another month or two and the nail should clear the edge of the nail bed. I just have to keep people (and animals) from stepping on
it until then
The rabbit put up with 2 days of force feedings before he started eating ALL of his food again (hay, veggies, pellets) The last time I went in to get
things ready to feed him the liquid stuff, I stopped at the hutch to pet him and said, "Ready for some more grub, buddy?" He went straight to his hay
feeder and munched and munched and bounced between that, his leafy greens and his pellets. He kept looking at me to make sure I was watching, as if to
say, "I'm eating my grub, I'm eating it! SEE, SEE?" Try and tell me animals can't understand languages XD
His digestion is back to normal, the first overnight after he ate well-rounded looked like a rabbit poo peashooter exploded in there. He's still got a
check-up at the buttcrack of dawn tomorrow, though (vet knows my hubs works 12 hr overnights and is squeezing us in before they technically open so as
to not cost him too much sleep)
And it's damn hot again. I think it was another 96* day, yuck. I threw the kids in the pool, and they've been in it most of the day except for
sunscreen reapplications and food/drinks. I tried getting in there, but it was actually a touch too cold to tolerate. I get that 60's is NBD to anyone
up here in MI, and for me, it usually isn't either (Gulf of Mexico in FL in winter is the same, so not a foreign temp for me) But for some reason, it
felt bitterly cold and very unpleasant compared to the air temp.
The cat and I have just been going room to room trying to find the coolest spot to veg in. I got plenty needing done in the basement, and it's
certainly cooler down there, but the humidity is a little ridiculous again. Maybe here in a few hours, it seems to do the opposite down there at night
and drop in humidity as opposed to rise.