In Our part of the country March made a peaceful, even pleasant entrance. It had temperatures in the 60s and sunny skies. So how did we celebrate the beginning of March?
We paid a visit to Dr B.
Last week while comforting Morgan thru a thunder storm, I felt a lump on her chest. It was about the side of a quarter and didn't move around when I tried to manipulate it. Today, after a quick exam, Dr B did a needle aspiration. He looked at the matter under the microscope and said that it has no bad cells and is most likely a fatty tumor. We'll keep an eye on it and if it grows rapidly, we'll remove it. Otherwise, she'll live with it. Good news!
Norma Jean went with us and had her annual checkup. She had blood drawn, we do that every year and compare it with the ones before. Dr B was pleased with her condition. He said her weight is perfect at 62 pounds and her eyes, ears, teeth and coat are also fine. He commented on her muscular build and what a big, strong, happy girl she is.
She had vaccinations and bordetella vaccine so that she can start school later this month. She's looking forward to going to class. I'm not sure the school is ready for her.