I am nursing a very sick kitty, cleaning house, and playing with Brian. Our Annabel kitty has thyroid disease.
Even though thyroid diseases can be hereditary, it is an autoimmune disease, which means that something happens to the immune system – it turns on itself and begins to attack organs. In Annabel’s case it is her heart, then liver. Which makes me wonder if we have been exposed to something in our environment that has compromised our immune systems.
A year ago the bathtub and tiles were replaced due to water leaking around the old ties and getting behind to the wood within the walls. When the tile was removed, black mold was thriving within the wall. A contractor came to replace the shower, and he cleaned and treated the interior walls and joints. The smell of the mold is something I will never forget.
As soon as he had pulled the old shower and tile out, the smell was over-whelming. It gave me an extreme headache, and I never get headaches.
We live at the bottom of a hill that is an oak forest, it is always damp.
I don’t know… I just don’t know.
And I am also bone exhausted so who knows how clear my thinking is. I am afraad my son’s kitty is going to die.
Until next time –
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