Then I came home and finished up my Color Theory journal so I can go drop that off tomorrow. We haven't really had anything graded in that class yet other than the midterm, which I got a low A on. So I'm not as positive of an A in that class, but I'm pretty sure that the lowest it will be is a B.
Now I've got about a month off, and then I start the next semester.
Rick talked to the doctor who does the radiation therapy for our vet clinic. He says that Gabriel is the perfect candidate for this treatment because he's still very healthy and we caught his hyperthyroid very early on. He is also very willing to work out a payment plan for us, because he knows how unrealistic it is to expect people to come up with hundreds of dollars at the drop of a hat to spend on their cat. It sounds like they do what they can to try to make the cats as comfortable as they can during the stay, but we wouldn't be able to visit Gabe while he was there, because it has to be a secure area because of government regulations. We can send favorite toys & such with though, so he will have Crunchy Frog to play with. I just don't like the idea of Gabe having to stay away from home for 2 weeks without being able to go see him. Stoopid nuclear poo!
We have so much pretty snow out there! We'll see how pretty I think it is tomorrow when I'm snowblowing it!