Doug came off of all tie-downs a little over a week ago. I didn’t make a huge deal about it because I figured he’d take off running and break something else. That is a truly what I think. I am still not sure it won’t happen.
For now, he and I both have freedom again.
I no longer have to take him into our backyard on leash.
He is no longer on tie down on the patio. Or in the house.
The jail cell is packed away.
He can run, jump and partially fly, whenever he wants. Although he has yet to do any of this yet, I’m hoping he feels some of his own physical limitations and will slowly increase his crazy. A mom can dream!
There are so many things I’m thankful for, like his wonderful surgeon (Dr. Sutherland at The Life Center/VSC) and his rehab girls at VSCR (Jesse and Becky). It’s because of them that we are waving goodbye to limping, and hopping, and jail cells, and tie downs. They set us free again.
I’m also, so thankful for all of you! Reaching out, commiserating, providing laughter during tears. We. Love. You! We feel your support, it wraps around us like a giant hug! You helped to heal us!
Video and photo proof that the inmate has been released!
Wait, why are we so far apart?
What is freedom? Where are the chains that hold me back.
Incisions are healed so he is finally free to…be a dog.
Hey brothers, she set me free! I can pee on you now. (they are not really there, just our little memory tree) #loveliveson