My Beloved watches football.
I know, it's a character flaw, but I love him anyway.
So during the last 9 years I have learnt a whole lot of things I did not previously know.
When there's AFL on one station, League on another, an international cricket match on a third and lawn bowls on good ol' aunty it does not mean that there's "nothing on tv."
Or so I've been told.
I can have a pretty good go at putting together the name, location and colours of most of the Leauge and AFL teams.
I have some understanding of the the general timing for the State of Origin.
And I know it is a real problem when the teams lose their star players in August, because if their injury is bad enough, they are out for the rest of the season.
One of the big ones I've heard of is when they 'do' their cruciate ligament.
I might as well tell you at this point that our LBD is out for the rest of the season.
He was very lame (sadly, in his good back leg) on Friday night, I took him to the vet Saturday and he's having surgery on Wednesday. He's done a good enough job that the vet could tell by manipulation of the joint.
Poor baby puppy.
So we have to keep him quiet for a week/10 days after surgery. Good luck to us.
The good news is that dogs that do one leg are very likely to do the other. How exciting is that news?
... Approximately Not at All.
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