This was a very long day.
I was up at six to take dogs to the vet. They needed a Bordetella booster so the new dog, Gracie Rose, wouldn't give them an upper respiratory infection. The vet kept her tonight so she could adjust to a healthier life and he could monitor her medications and her behavior. Our dogs need time for their vaccines to take affect. Gracie needs time for her medication to help her.
I went to work and taught my last class of the semester at one campus and then went to another to give make - up exams. It takes an hour to drive there and another hour home.
Tonight, when the dogs got home, they were excited. One of our cats, E.B., got outside as he has been doing lately. He has been escaping into the Spring yard. There are birds and flowers and new green grass. He loves it outside. But he must stay inside the house.
Well, when he came back the dogs ran out to give chase and he went back over the fence. I went out to get him and hit my head on the neighbor's low hanging tree. I saw stars. But no E.B. He ran.
I went out tonight to look for him and he is still wilding in the fields around the house.
Please, come home soon, E.B.