As you might guess from our previous post, we’ve been rather busy with our family pet’s heath issue. We haven’t had the time to research and craft new articles for you here, unfortunately.
(Update: We’re sad to report that our greyhound Whistler “finished his race” the second week of July, just over two months after we first posted this. For more about dog cancer treatment and pet care in Uruguay, please visit Whistler the Greyhound – El Galgo Estadosunidense en Uruguay. Our promised new posts will be delayed beyond our initial May or June expectation but will happen sometime this month, July 2015, including at least one new pure-information “Uruguay Basics” series article. Now continuing with our original post of May 7, while we were enjoying Whistler’s last good weeks…)
The good news is, four months later our dog is hopping around the barrio with plenty of spirit and good strength after the chemotherapy thanks to the excellent and affordable veterinary care in Uruguay. So life is getting back to normal, we hope for as long as possible.
Centro in Montevideo
Though we haven’t had time to write full posts here at our main website, we have been regularly posting short items and interesting links about Uruguay expat living, opportunities in Uruguay, and the overall feel of living on the Uruguayan coast in a resort town, at our Facebook Page. So join us there too!
We do expect to have some new, detailed articles for you, including resuming our “Uruguay Basics” series, by the end of this month.
Meanwhile see you on our social networks – our Facebook page which just got its 1000th “Like” this week (thank you!), and our Uruguay Expat Life Community, where anyone with any kind of Google ID (your Android, Gmail, YouTube, etc.) can join in to start your own topics and interact with the 500+ other members. They’re at Facebook.com/UruguayExpatLife and is.gd/UYcommunity
– please join us there too!