I have good news and sad news. The good news first. It’s official! I have found the perfect dress to shop in. When I put on this dress (from Margot by Loren) Saturday morning to go shopping in I had no idea what was in store for me. It would have been lovely to get one or two compliments on my dress but I had at least two dozen people stop me and tell me how much they love it.
I love how this dress is all black with pops of color. The print is near perfect. As I went from store to store I was able to throw it around off and on as I tried on clothes. No, they didn’t match those lace Gucci slides but the pink and black (as seen inside my inststory) sure did look good!
I’m obsessed with anything embroidered right now. If you hurry you can catch my perfect shopping dress on sale plus take an extra 20% off!
On to the sad news. Friday morning I woke up and headed out to get a coffee. Before I left I fed Moto and he seemed to be fine. He was up and walking around the yard. When I got back he was laying on the back porch. That wasn’t unusual until I got up to him and he wouldn’t get up. I tried to coach him but he wasn’t budging.
The quick back story on Moto is he was a rescue Aaron’s mom found about 3 years ago in her neighborhood. She asked Aaron to take him in and he did. Moto was in terrible shape and Aaron nursed him back to health and has kept him well ever since. As long as Aaron had Moto he had a neurologic issue that made him a little slow. With that said, he was the sweetest, cuddliest and calmest dog!
So when Moto wouldn’t get up and hardly opening his eyes…I panicked. I facetimed Aaron, trying to stay as calm as possible. He rushed home and took Moto in to his regular vet in The Woodlands. About an hour later Aaron called me and told me it was time. I can’t hold back the tears as I write this and I probably won’t be reading through this again. It’s too hard.
The diagnosis was the tumor we found a few weeks ago had spread and he it was basically crushing his lungs. I know…it makes my stomach hurt as I tell you now.
Thank you to everyone who wrote me over the weekend and sent your photos of you and your animals. I loved them all and they helped to make me feel better. I know Moto is in a better place and won’t be in pain anymore.