This is Scott hamming it up back home in High Point in front of his iMac built in camera. Just a typical morning where I would have just gotten up with a yawn but Scott would have already been up for hours playing. Always playing. Having fun. Entertaining himself and others. The chubby cheeks are gone but the Smile 2 the End is still very much present. Scott’s got a “long line” in now and the miracle was that Dr. Sanjiv (not to be confused with our friend Sanjiv) found a vein in his scrawny arm. This is allowing him to receive saline fluid as the ice chip routine was not enough to keep him comfortably hydrated. So along with easier hydration comes easier pain management and even some vitamins and nutritional supplements. It may allow him to get some more paintings done and that would be a really really good day.
Scott’s friend Don B sent in this quote from Tom Robbins to me today and we both agree that it describes Scott and his poscottivity. I hope Tom Robbins doesn’t mind that I share with you all here:
Can we get 100 wordpress likes on this? If this post went viral it would make Scott’s rainy monsoon smile much wider! 🙂
Love the Tom Robbins quote here. Great to see the slideshow of pics too. Much love and hugs.
Happy to get this fishgirl….just sent you an email !
Thanks for continuing to share your saga, Katy. I was up on the island last week, drove by “Art by Katy” with my sis in law, Katy. I told her about your big Smile to the End adventure and she sends a hug to you too.
thank you, tracy! hugs back to both of you. xo katy
There’s that big lovely smile again! Hugs to you both in the Indian monsoon. We are actually having summer weather in Scotland!
thanks for loving us so well with our log comments.
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