Wednesday

Doggy Diagnosis and My Achilles!!!

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So, I didn't get the news I so desperately wanted to hear! I went to the doctor yesterday and I explain it all here in my vlog:


But it is going to be OK! I know this is going to make me stronger and it will make my story even better!


In Doggy News:

As for Adi, my dog. She has been diagnosed with diabetes. I have now given her two shots of insulin, and I realize now that we can handle this. I went back to my regular vet and everything seemed better once I got there. They really love my dog. Anyone who lives in the Tampa Bay area should check out Dr. Anthony at Forida Vet Clinic in St. Petersburg. Thank you to everyone who offered support!!

17 comments:

  1. What a good attitude! I hope two weeks from now your achilles is as good as new!

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  2. so sorry to hear about your doggie! thats such a shame and very hard to deal with! :o( saying prayers for you!! spa love!

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  3. Loving the positive attitude, and I am sorry to hear that your dog will need shots but I am glad that it is treatable, I understand that your furkids really are family members.

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    1. Thank you Jenna! We are going to get it under control! :) My son and I love our furbabies for sure!

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  4. Great attitude!

    And, I'm so sorry to hear about your dog!

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  5. I'm sorry about the pup - but it sounds like you're getting it under control.

    Injury is one of those horribly frustrating things about being a runner. Keep going Mindy!

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  6. Oh, I'm sorry- injury is the worst. Sounds like you're handling it really well. Wishing you a speedy recovery!!

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes injuries stink... it's my first one so I guess that makes me lucky! :)

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  7. I am seeing so many injuries lately! Ahhhh... training season. I'm right there with ya Mindy! I'm on my 3rd week of physical therapy for strained hip rotator muscles and bursitis.

    Hope your pup gets to feeling better quickly. It was great to meet you last night!

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