Read Will Rogers column 88 years ago: January 13, 1935
I have had an eventful week with the left eye cataract surgery on Monday then the first post op appointment on Tuesday. When I got back to the Park from that appointment I found that I had no 12v to the outlet where I recharge all my 12v watches and the E-collar for Erik.
Therefor, on Wednesday when I went to Sierra Vista for Erik’s training class I stopped at RV City on the way back to Benson. I had tried to fix the 12v problem by putting in a new fuse but exhibited insanity but blowing 3-4 more fuses and then not having any power to the water pump.
RV City was good to me and fixed the problem of a loose wire and put a fuse in the water pomp circuit FREE. That was after I had put almost $50 of propane in Desperado’s tank. Used a lot of propane in December when it was so cold.
Patches is about the same as she was earlier in the week. Willing to climb the steps with only a little hesitation but slowly and not very stable. I have been taking her out for a potty break 1-2 more times than before and so far no more peeing in her bed. But it is too soon to say that problems has been corrected even with the drug that I have been giving her to correct incontinence.
I did get the prescription labels corrected on Tuesday before going to Tucson. I now have the controlled substance drugs in my name rather than someone else’s.
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