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Cobweb seemed to be feeling poorly all day yesterday -- vomiting multiple times, avoiding contact with us, hiding, walking a bit gingerly -- and Shannon and I were worried about her. But today she seems to be doing much better. We fed her some turkey baby food (this is what the vet suggested last time Munchkin had stomach problems), and now she seems to be drinking plenty of water and even sitting around in her usual, easily accessible places.

I must admit that, in the middle of the night, when I heard vomiting again, I was thinking we should take her to the vet today, but by the morning she seemed much better. I'm glad we waited, as I would hate to traumatize her with a visit to the vet for no reason.

In other news, I called DSLExtreme today and got us a better deal on our Internet connection. I don't understand precisely what we got, or what we had before, but I know this is faster. Lots faster, I think. But the reason I'm mentioning it is because I got *fabulous* customer service. It might not have seemed to surprising before all our nightmares with Comcast, but now I just really appreciated someone giving me a good deal with no hassle.

In food news, I think I'm not getting enough fat in my diet. Not the USRDA, anyway. I don't understand how people get so much fat so easily. Is it because I don't eat much meat? I find it mysterious.

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silversliver
Jul. 21st, 2009 03:24 am (UTC)
Meat is a big source of fat, as are fried foods. I get most of mine from eggs, butter, and cooking oil (+ my roommate loves cooking with oil). I'd get more from avocados if they weren't so danged expensive out here. I guess it's that overall I like a number of foods that are fat-rich. Hrm. Oh! Cheese is good for fat too. And delicious. :)
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