Life's journey is not traveled on a freeway devoid of obstacles, pitfalls, and snares. Rather, it is a pathway marked by forks and turnings. Decisions are constantly before us. To make them wisely, courage is needed: the courage to say, 'No,' the courage to say, 'Yes.' Decisions do determine destiny. The call for courage comes constantly to each of us. It has ever been so, and so shall it ever be.
--Thomas S. Monson
The nurse brought him out and said: " the cone of shame!".
I brought him home and he promptly fell asleep in my lap like a baby! Like my hair??
This is him trying to get used to the "cone of shame". His ear hurts so he leans to the side.
This is Parker today, doing very well. Yesterday he had the cone off for 2 hours with out scratching. He's learned to eat, drink and sniff with it on. I realized that he looks like a pioneer girl with a bonnet! He has to wear it for 2 weeks.