Routine Maintenance

28 Dec

The day after Christmas seemed like a good day for some routine maintenance around here.  First, I enlisted my mom’s help, and we went to the vet.  Rocky was our first victim.

Rocky

He was due for his annual shots.  He did quite well this year.  It didn’t even take major restraints to do it this time.

I also asked them if I could have Sky tag along to get his nails trimmed.

Sky

He’s so crazy.  You’d never know how sweet he can be by the way he acts when he’s around people.

Sky getting face rubs from Leo

He just still gets so puppy excited.  Sigh…

After the morning vet visit, I had to run to town for my annual Farm Credit Services loan visit.  I decided it was a good day for my once-every-two-years shearing.

They took off ten inches (I’m obviously not very good with selfies), so I could send it in to Locks of Love.

Another woman was getting her hair cut to donate too, but she didn’t seem too happy to discover she would have to mail it in and they didn’t even have an address for her, so I volunteered to send it with mine.

mine is already in the ziploc bag; hers was still drying

That’s a lot of hair!

2 Responses to “Routine Maintenance”

  1. Jeanne December 29, 2018 at 1:03 am #

    My daughter sent her hair to Locks of Love, and so did our granddaughter. Both sent it about twice, I think.

    I would have thought the salon would have had the address!

    Have a good weekend!

  2. Eileen Wise December 29, 2018 at 6:00 am #

    Hello, love the cute kitty and Sky. Donating your hair is awesome! Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend! I wish you all the best in 2019 Happy New year to you and your family!

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