Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Butts and Graduates

Well Peanut had his surgery today on his, guess where. I didn't post about it because I didn't want to think about it. He was supposed to have it last week but I rescheduled for today because I wanted to make sure I would be able to watch my nephew graduate from high school. I sat there trying not to cry over this little boy who sang ABC's and watched Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who's boo-boos I kissed, diapers I changed, belly I poked, made endless cups of chocolate milk for, earlobes I pinched. I'm so proud of the person he is and wish always happiness for him. I wish he had been my son.

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But my gosh I was only 13 when he was born so that would have been a little trashy... :O)
He will always be this little boy to me. I should mention that he's just turned 19 and we still call him Little Bobby. He already knows even when he's 50, my sisters and I will still be calling him that. I wanted to take him out to lunch this week to celebrate but my dern skin had to go and act up.

Now about my Peanut
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I just spoke with Peanut's doctor and his surgery went well, although it was more invasive than they were hoping. He thinks he found the funny tissues that were causing my poor Peanut so much discomfort but he's going to have to stay over night and possibly tomorrow night as well. I felt like crying when Dr told me he was in a lot of pain. My poor Peanut. Hopefully when he recovers this will be the last time he has a problem back there, he's been through so much with that. He's been so good natured, nobody would even have guessed he'd been having so many, ahem, painful bowel issues. I can't wait til he gets to come home. I miss him and it's too quiet here without a little friend.


(My skin is much better, I ended up not taking the steroid pills. I don't need it. Still bumpy, but not as bad as last week. Still staying out of the sun and heat though. Also I'm still shy about it so I've only been going out when absolutely necessary which will be today because I ran out of Zyrtec.)

4 comments:

super des said...

Awwww poor Peanut. And poor Pea. I know he'll be ok, but I also know you worry.
*hug*

Laurie said...

I would be worried too...but he's a tough little guy and should be just fine. Plus he has all your love and caring to come home to. He's a lucky Peanut.

Hugs,
Laurie

Big Momma Pimpalishisness said...

Just put on a pair of big sunglasses and hat. No one will even be looking at the rash, they'll be wondering why that woman has her sunglasses on inside.

Poor Peanut, hope he feels better. At least he's lucky enough to have people who care about him so much.

Maurey said...

What a sweetie! He looks like a cross between Buddy (my rescued Jack Russell) and Lucy (the beagle I had growing up).

Hope you both recover topspeed.