Good thing I requested she have a colonoscopy as she was stuffed with cat fur and dust. Then she was given a new "cloned" brain and everything stored in her old brain was transferred over to that. 2GB's were added to her heart--free of charge.
She is alive and well, and faster than when she was a young girl.
I worked on cleaning her room all day Monday and part of Tuesday, so the only time I really started missing her a lot, was Tuesday night and Wednesday.
The house was entirely clean. There was nothing to do Wednesday morning, but I managed to find a good documentary about the Hatfields and McCoys to watch on the History Channel.
Then I watched my Soap. The hospital called at 2:30, with her release, but I had PT at 3:00, so I had to wait and go pick her up at 4:30.
When we got home is was raining like crazy, but I got her into the house. I think she gained weight while she was in hospital. What good PT did to my back was ruined by my having to lift and carry her into the house.
But she's home and now I can get back to my computer work. YAY!!!
Dusting the Monster