Petunia and Puffin

Everything is going well. Very well. Two days ago I had my first orthopaedic checkup at the clinic and was told that I am their best patient, top of the class (hmmm, perhaps that’s what they say to every patient…nonetheless, I was pleased!).

I’m down to one crutch now, which has made a huuuuuge difference to me, since I can manage the stairs on my own and take showers now! Yay! So…all is well on the hip replacement front. So nice to be without pain…so nice!

In about three weeks, these two Maine Coon kittens will be joining our family. As I mentioned in a previous post, they have the same parents as our Potter, so we know that they will fit in this complicated feline family as well as he has. Or, at least, that’s what we hope! 🙂

Here is a recent photo of the two, taken by our friend (no idea how she got them to sit still and pose for the photo…hehe). On the left is Petunia, on the right is Puffin. Respectively, female and male. Aren’t they just the cutest little fur balls?

Well, that’s about it for now. I would like to end by wishing Very Happy Holidays to everyone!!!

4 Comments

  1. So happy to hear all is going well with your hip….kittens look anti-hats…but that’s alright….still cute…. Next crew….is adorable…lots of joy. jealth and peace….

  2. So glad you are doing well, keep it up, cant wait to see the new kittens. “Attenuated response to SARS-Covid-2 vaccine in patients with asymptomatic precursor stages of multiple myeloma and Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia. published in “Cancer Cell. ” I contacted my oncologist, was told that they do not have a protocol for a 4th vacc. yet, but wrote orders for testing for T-cell response for me. Going for the test this week, will let you know about results for my MGUS status.

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