Monday, June 22, 2015


Lord Shiloh of Beaglebratz Manor & Lady Shasta

Ferst order of bizness-
 az u'all know, our mom iz havin'a
oper-a-shun tue-morrow.
This meanz we b stayin'with
aunt sis fur a few dayz BUTT
we WILL b home later this week'n
our mom'n aunt sis will b around here
a bit tue.

Now fer the 2nd thing - kinda hard.
One of the hardest thingz 'bout bein'away frum Blogville,
b-sidez missin'u'all,
iz when we can come bak'n hearin'bout
all our furrendz who haf crossed the 
Rainbow Bridge while we wuz gone.
Then there r thoze that 
cross the Bridge just az
we git bak this time.
ferst we herd'bout
Then we herd'bout
durin'the great squirrelie hunt'n
in the same day we herd'bout
We know there haf bin 
TOO MANY otherz, 
wooferz'n meowzerz who haf crossed
the Rainbow Bridge-
we iz all saddened tue hear this.

Not shure when we'all will b bak,
guess we'll bark at'ya then.

Friday, June 19, 2015


Mom Kim here - I have a cornea transplant 

scheduled for this coming Tuesday - 6/23/15.  

Outside of knowing  the schedule of post-op  

appts. up tomiddle of August, I know nothing 

else as to what will happen after that.

Since February of 2010, this was my third 

fungal infection in the only eye I have vision in.

As my specialist has said, "the condition of the

eye is deteriorating and the prognosis is poor"

and I know this past year has been the most 

difficult to maintain adequate vision to work.

Then earlier this year I had to have corrective 

plastic surgery to fix a droopy lower eyelid in

an attempt to improve the condition of that eye.

This fix is not guaranteed to work the rest of 

life and the surgery may need to be repeated.

I also had a procedure to transplant stems cells 

from my blind (otherwise healthy) eye to my 

rite eye also not a guaranteed fix for the rest of 

my life as is this cornea transplant not a 

guaranteed fix.  I still have to use this size font 

if/when I use the computer and even it is not

clear - also have to stand most of the time and 

lean in to the monitor.  Enuf of that - now on to

a happier note.


 Earlier this evening Lord Shiloh entertained me

with a rousing game of tug with one of the 

dog's floppy plush toys - since he is going on 

13, this is something of a HUGE rarity.  Lady 

Shasta on the other hand decided to sit (or 

should I say lay) this one out by staying on the 

couch and watching Lord Shiloh as if to say - 

What a weirdo - it is the night time and time to 


Ok - time to rest the eye and the back.  I will try

to be around some  Sometime, maybe I will do 

some catching up - I know there have been 

several changes in Blogville - both happy and

sad.  And I know that me and the Beaglebratz 

miss all of you.