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friday frankie

6 Feb

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“I mean really…these elevators take forever.” – Frank Glodney

Friday Frankie

30 Jan

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A boy and his ball. I just love his devious little face in this picture. Such a little love muffin. If you follow me on instagram then you already know about how terrible yesterday was. Frank suffered his second anaphylactic shock episode. This time due to a severe reaction to a vaccination at the vets office. It was seriously terrifying. Everything seemed fine when we first woke up…we took our normal three-mile walk…he was so full of energy at that point…when we got home I left him to take a shower to leave for work…I was probably away from him, for oh, I don’t know, thirty minutes. When I walked out of my room I found Frank in the living room gasping for air, his face so swollen that his eyes were closed shut. To say I panicked would be an understatement. I have never ran so fast. I scooped him up and we were in the car in 30 seconds. I was of course in tears as we drove, with a limp Frank heavy in my lap. HORRIBLE. Well, to make a long story short…we made it in time and they gave him a steroid shot, a breathing treatment and ten hours later my little guy came home. So I am beyond grateful for today’s “Frankie Friday” post. He’s one of my most favorite things in this world.

friday frankie

23 Jan

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He just melts me.

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7 Oct

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“a portrait of my child, once a week, every week″

Frank Glodney doesn’t get out of bed before 11am.

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12 Sep

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“a portrait of my child, once a week, every week″

Frank Glodney using his beloved tennis ball as a pillow….the obsession is real. Is there a twelve step program for this?

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20 Aug

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Frankers taking an afternoon siesta on the couch…

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5 Jun

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“a portrait of my child, once a week, every week″

Frank : letting his displeasure be known from the patio about being locked out of my room while I took a shower.