Wednesday, September 23, 2009

This and That

Well one of my flood photos made the front page of the paper! Megan emailed the paper and news station with some of the pictures and the paper chose one. Franklin Press
Granddaughter had a rough day yesterday and had to go to emergency room last night. Her temp went up to 102.4 even an hour and half after taking Tylenol. She had a bad headache and said even her eyelids were hurting. They gave her medication for her headaches and said the worse should be over soon. She is still sleeping this morning so hopefully will feel better today.
Rusty and Troubles were so happy to see sunshine instead of rain yesterday. They spent most of the day just sitting in the sunshine.

14 comments:

Mildred said...

That is an excellent picture you took of just how bad the flooding was - congrats for the paper choosing to print it! I am so sorry about your granddaughter. I sure hope the worst has passed and that the rest of you can remain healthy.
That is the sweetest picture of Troubles and Rusty. They look like they have lived there forever! They look happy and content and are both just so cuddly!
Wishing you a good day Peggy.

goatpod2 said...

Nice picture! Hope Gabby feels better soon.

Amy

http://goatpod2.wordpress.com

J said...

Peggy, I guess I could ask 'How High's The Water, Momma...' (remember that old Johnny Cash song?)
They've closed my niece and nephew's school because of the flu. BabySis took them last week to get their shots so maybe they'll do alright.
You take care of YOURSELF so that you don't get this flu.

goatpod2 said...

Nice picture, sorry about the flooding! Hope your granddaughter feels better soon.

Amy

http://goatpod2.wordpress.com

Anonymous said...

I hope your g-daughter is okay.

Wow, you sure did have some rain didn't you? Goodness, that is deep!!

Troubles is sure pretty and won't be any trouble at all!!! :)

Hugs,
Rachel

Linda said...

That is cool about the picture Peggy!

Sorry to hear your granddaughter is still have a rough time of it. Hope she does better really soon!

PEA said...

Hi sis:-) Oh dear, I do hope your granddaughter feels better real soon, the poor little thing. Woohoo, good for you for having one of your flood pictures chosen to be in the paper...front page no less:-) My goodness, that is what I call a flood for sure, reminds me of this summer when we had that flooding in the city and so many streets were under water. Hope everything goes back to normal real soon!! Love ya sis xoxo

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

congratulations Peggy, that is a great flood photo. I also like seeing your buddies on the front porch.

Thank you for recommending the NC Vet, I posted an unpdate although the NC Vet didn't commit to anything.

Brenda Eason said...

Oh Peggy that is great about your photo! I hope all is well soon. If she isn't better and has any more symptoms have her tested for that flu .

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Peggy, Congrats on getting 'published'... Want a career????? ha.... I am glad to see sunshine also. We all had too much rain!!!!

Love the photo of your babies on the porch. CUTE...
Hugs,
Betsy

Cathy said...

Hello Peggy
Thanks for dropping in the other day - it was lovely to see you after all this time. It also sounds as if at long last your life is on the up and hopefully will stay that way for a long time.
Now I see why you were glad the rain had stopped after 7 days lol Good photos and congrats on having one published
Take care
Cathy

DayPhoto said...

Now THAT IS COOL! I hope your granddaughter is feeling better. Headaches are the pitts. I know, boy do I know.

I understand the need for sun! Those two are darling!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

NCmountainwoman said...

We had the same weather system with widespread flooding. It's sunny today, but we're expecting more rain tonight and tomorrow. Nothing like we had last week, however.

Hope the grand-daughter continues to improve and life gets back to normal.

J said...

Peggy, could I have your address. I have someting for you and don't know how to get it to you.
e-mail me at coppercreekers at aol dot com