Monday Mewsings by Chimera

 Back in December I was a conehead. I had a huge abcess on my side. I stayed inside and spent a lot of time sleeping.

Mommy left the heating pad on as I seemed to enjoy laying on it. And she let me have her old housecoat as I found it comforting. She wore it A LOT when I was a baby. December was a bad month for us I was a cone head and Mom's PMR seemed to be flaring and she had tons of stuff to do. Stress and being busy seem to make it worse.

We are sorry we aren't able to post and visit blogs as much as we used to, we hope our friends understand. A good friend saw where Dan Patrick talked about his PMR and gave Mom the article. She says it helps to know that other people understand what she is going through and that maybe the article can help friends and family understand why Mommy isn't able to do the stuff she used to and why sometimes she isn't the easiest person to live with. She was also pleased to read about some different therapies.

Don't worry me and Mom are both better and we love all our friends. Gotta run it's time to eat. ~Chimera, reporting for ATCAD

PeeS: We are so embarrassed we not only published this on the WRONG blog we published it on the wrong day. So if you read Talking on Tuesday on Mom's blog this is the same post, we are sorry Mom got confused. For some reason, she thought today was Tuesday. She didn't sort it out till tonight when she was wondering Why our post wasn't showing up. ~Chi Chi


Brian's Home Blog said...

I sure am glad to hear that things are getting better!!!

The Island Cats said...

Chimera, none of us like wearing the cone. We're glad you are better. And we send lots of purrs to your mom.

Timmy Tomcat said...

Chimera we are really glad you are feeling better. We are sending Mom purrs and prayers to help with that difficult illness. Anything chronic is difficult and those that cause pain with motion are the worst.

Sandee said...

Getting better is a good thing. You tell the mom not to worry about visiting and blogging if she has other things to do. We all get there at some point.

Thank you for joining the Awww Mondays Blog Hop.

Have a purrfect day. My best to your mom. ♥

pilch92 said...

I am glad you and your mom are feeling better. Thanks for sharing the article. I was not familiar with that illness. It sounds awful.