How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

My Twittering

  • 09:51 Rochester goes in for surgery this morning. Everything should be fine. #
  • 10:12 Minna just found the toy we thought he ate (uneaten). So what did I see in his vomit? Mystery. #
  • 12:43 Cat sick, work being crazy. Good week, all around. Happy holidays! #
  • 13:49 No foreign bodies, but an inflamed pancreas! Poor boy! #
  • 14:03 He's going back to the vet tomorrow for IV nutrients and fluids. Then we'll see what happens. #
  • 16:28 We don't know that he has pancreatitis. It could be serious gastritis. #
  • 17:21 Rochester is back. He is tired and grumpy, but the vets all talked about how sweet and cute he was. #
  • 18:58 The hood ain't working. He thrashes around so much I'm worried he'll pop stitches. Supervision works just as good. #
  • 19:43 My baby boy is asleep, finally. So long as he ignores the catheter, I'll ignore the neck cone thing. #
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