Well today I had a man and his wife come to our house and pick out a puppy for their grandson. I was a little apprehensive because I've been out of it, with a panic attack yesterday. However, I had no problem, I met them at the gate and directed them to the other entrance and they gave me a ride up to the gate. Then when we got their, I took them in and hubby was their and we got all the puppies out in the kitchen and I actually talked to them and didn't have any stress. Does anyone else do this crap, one day you totally can't function and the next day everything is ok. It absolutely drives me nutz. I hate it when I'm paranoid and panicky and I was so happy I got thru the entire thing without any problem. It's like turning a light bulb on, one day it goes out and wham your down again. Can you relate?
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