Oh boy. I’m trying to arrange for the sale of my car, Lulu’s pick-up, and my Toronto departure tomorrow – and it’s gonna be tight!
After much prodding from Akemi, I’ve decided to sell the car rather than pay insurance on it while it sits in my Vancouver garage during production of Dark Matter’s third season. Granted, I have no way of knowing, year to year, where I’m going to be working next, but it just doest make sense to hold onto the Q7 – especially since my four-dog days are over…for now. Who knows? Maybe I’ll downsize to a modest A4. Or simply rent a car while I await news of my next move. In any case, if I’m going to off-load it, the time will be a very narrow window between Lulu’s (hopefully) early discharge from the animal hospital and my early afternoon flight to Toronto.
We went to visit my poor gal today and she is looking rough. I mean –
Stitches and staples to say nothing of the steel implant that currently buttresses her spine. Going through airport security is going to be all sorts of interesting. I’ve asked the neurosurgeon to write me a doctor’s note explaining Lulu’s deal. He’s also offered me x-rays to take as well.
Apparently, she’s progressing nicely but will be sore for a while as she continues to heal.
Bubba, all dressed up for visiting hours.
When I sat down on the floor beside her, she jumped into my lap.
Pug down! Rather than leave Bubba behind while we ran our countless errands today, we brought him along – to visit Lulu, to set up the sale of the car, shopping, back to the vet clinic to get instructions on Lulu’s home care. By 7 pm, the old man was down for the count.
Okay, I think I’ve got it all figured out for tomorrow –
9:00 a.m. – Pick up Lulu from the animal hospital
10:00 a.m. – Finish packing
11:00 a.m. – Drop off the car and close the sale
12:00 a.m. – Catch a cab to the airport
1:30 p.m – Fly out of Vancouver
9:00 p.m – Fly into Toronto
And then on Friday, things get really busy!