Hiya. I’m still on hiatus, but I thought I’d pop in and let you know what’s going on with me and the bloggage. If you care, of course.
First, it’s been a sad week in the Rizzuto household. I’ve been telling you about my dog, Puppy Rizzuto, and how she hasn’t been doing very well in the last year or so. Well, a few days ago, after much waffling and second-guessing, we finally put her down. Boo.
Mr. Rizzuto is awesome, he took one for the team and made the final trip to the vet. He had the option of going out while the vet did the deed, but instead he stayed with her the whole time and brought her home after it was over. Janey doesn’t really understand what is going on, but Dante has been really great. He hasn’t cried and he helped dig her grave out in the yard. He even had the idea to bury her with a picture of the two of them and put her dog dish on top.
I, on the other hand, have been a wreck. In some ways it’s good that she’s buried in the back yard because it’s like she’s still with us. It sucks though because I find myself worrying about her being outside in the cold and rain. It’s stupid, I know. Every morning I look out the bathroom window at her and I feel sad. We put her down on Thursday and I’ve cried for her a little every day since then. Maybe there will come a day when I won’t cry anymore, but maybe not.
Sorry for the sadness. In other news, I’ll still be doing NaNoWriMo in November, so I’ll be on hiatus until at least then. I think I’m over my internet depression, so I will be back soon. And I think I’ve found a solution to my Mexicali Soup problem. Ready? OK. If you’re at all interested in the Orlando Chronicles, don’t do anything. This blog will most likely be all Orlando, all the time. If you’re interested in hearing about my boring life and other adventures you can read about them at my old WordPress blog, which I’ll be resurrecting shortly. If you’re one of those people that wants to read about Orlando and my boring life, God love ya! I am a most interesting creature, aren’t I?
So happy Halloween, Thanksgiving and whatever other holidays come up between now and December. Later.