Song Lyric Sunday/Last

 

Good Sunday evening bloggers…!!!!  Been off for about a little over 2 weeks.  Road trip Y A Y and then when we got home, blizzard/Boo Hiss and my beautiful Mz. Bella (Our dog, The Chicago Brownie) had a couple issues that I had to deal with and I am still dealing with. Let’s just say Petsmart sucks (for lack of a better word) and right behind them is the VCA animal hospitals.  They are all in cahoots (is that how that is spelled ??)  I’m am so done with both of them.  I have already found a new vet.  A real one that is not such a money grabbing organization.  She’s still recovering and hopefully will be back to her old self again soon.  Her back leg was injured and she has a UTI infection and is on anti-biotics.   I left our perfectly healthy dog, Mz. Bella and when we picked her up she was in pretty bad shape !!!  Be careful who you leave your animal’s with.  I would not, I repeat would not leave them with any Petsmart!!!  Or a VCA Animal Hospital.    

Well let’s get on with, “Song Lyric Sunday.”  I have chosen, “The Last Mango in Paris,” by Jimmy Buffet who just happens to be one of the husband’s favorite.   


The Last Mango in Paris...Jimmy Buffet

I went down to Captain Tony's
To get out of the heat
Then I heard a voice call out to me
"Son come have a seat"
I had to search my memory
As I looked into those eyes
Our lives change like the weather
But a legend never dies

He said I ate the last mango in Paris
Took the last plane out of Saigon
Took the first fast boat to China
And Jimmy there's still so much to be done

I had a third world girl in Buzios
With a pistol in each hand
She always kept me covered
As we moved from land to land

I had a damn good run on Wall Street
With my high fashion model wife
I woke up dry beneath the African sky
Just me and my Swiss Army knife

I ate the last mango in Paris
Took the last plane out of Saigon
Took the first fast boat to China
And Jimmy there's still so much to be done

We shot the breeze for hours
As the sun fell from the skies
And like the sun he disappeared
Before my very eyes

It was somewhere past dark-thirty
And I went back to the head
I read upon the dingy wall
The words the old man said

I ate the last mango in Paris
Took the last plane out of Saigon
Took the first fast boat to China
And Jimmy there's still so much to be done

I ate the last mango in Paris
Took the last plane out of Saigon
Took the first fast boat to China
And Jimmy there's still so much to be done

That's why we wander and follow La Vie Dansante

Enjoy the Video and don’t forget to check out this link… She’s the one who started this challenge…Song Lyric Sunday

https://helenswordsoflife.com

So enjoy the small slice of what’s left of the weekend. I’m going to be posting next week about all the fun we had on our road trip.  It was really the best.  Blessings on your week Blogger’s ❤  Love ya’ll  ❤  Yes that’s me and I survived the road trip !!!  

4 Comments on “Song Lyric Sunday/Last

  1. A good vet is worth their weight in gold. We have a vet’s office less than five minutes away that we’ve used since we moved here 30+ years ago. Excellent vets and technicians. We had adopted two feral kittens shortly before we went out of town, so we left them with the vet and they turned out to be the two most affectionate cats we had, because everyone wanted to pet them and play with them.

    Good song!

  2. Thanks Mr. John…My Mz. Bella is still not doing very good but I’m still holding out hope. The new vet we got seems to know what he is doing. He’s putting her on some new food for the crystals in her urine. I don’t think I’m ever going to leave my animals again…Have a great day and thanks for stopping by…

    • We ended up with a bout of crystals around here. Evidently there are two kinds, struvite and oxylase, and we had two cats, each of whom had one of the two kinds. Then, if that wasn’t enough, one of them developed the other kind. One of the cats we brought from Chicago was always having issues with crystals, so the vet did this operation where he routed the cat’s ureter out through his rear end (they called it “the peeing surgery”). Never had a problem after that. The vet said it’d take something the size of a golf ball before he had that problem again…

      Females normally don’t have the issues that males do. Interesting…

      • Well I got a new vet thank God and I’m pretty sure if I had not our beautiful Bella wouldn’t be with us. I think she’s turned the corner !!!

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