Last week we mentioned Lady was going to have to be dealing with checkpoints. Well they lasted one day. Turns out it is more dangerous to leave people trapped in their cars on a bridge for hours, especially when many are medical staff (like ICU nurses) and there is a pandemic, and they show up for work hours late and only 31 of 100 000 cars were asked to turn around. There will be spot checks. So that was only a disaster one day. It would not have been sustainable for Lady.
Phod had a sore shoulder for a few days. Rest and pain meds helped, and the pain meds upset his stomach.
It was super icy on Thursday and Lady had her most dangerous drive in all winter. They didn't have the salt trucks out.
Man was able to get an AstraZeneca jab and had enough side effects the next day to spend it in bed.
The day he got his vaccine, our peeps went out for dinner. By out we mean they drove the 30 minutes to the take out pizza place, then found a nice place near the water to sit and eat in the car. For some reason they didn't trust you and the garbage was left like this:
Oh and because one can't get into a vet here, using text, Lee has been diagnosed with a skin tag.