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I just wonder if the US had a 50 year old soccer league continuously going how US soccer might have been today.
Maybe our domestic soccer league won't get beat by cornhole and women's softball in TV ratings.submitted by /u/Improved215Guy to r/PhillyUnion
So today in school we were playing a game of softball and of course I don’t love participating because I’m scared of doing something wrong :( but when the ball came right to me in the outfield I tried to catch it and finally participate but this other boy was also trying to catch it who’s a lot better than me and takes the game seriously... We both tried to catch the ball at the same time and I ended up bumping him and the ball dropped... and the other team scored:( the boy eventually went on to call me a “fucking dumbass” “move out the fucking way next time” “thanks to you we loss” and kept holding it against me the whole class period also he screamed this all in front of the whole class so it made it even worst... after this I went home and cried and I just can’t stop refreshing this moment and feeling awful about this.submitted by /u/Tlm456 to r/Anxiety
Over the past year and a half my boy ( lab mix) has been pretty sick. He is 8 and a half. It started with Diarrhea then vomiting. Our vet put him on Tylan powder which improved things for a while than recently thing have gotten much worse. More vomiting, terrible diarrhea and accidents in the house.
We got an ultrasound and he has a large mass (the size of softball) in his intestine.
We met with a surgeon and she basically said she would need to open him up to really know what we are dealing with. It could be benign but it could also be cancer and attached to his intestine, spleen or liver. Surgery would be pretty significant recovery and there is a good chance she would recommend putting him down on the surgery table.
On top of this his second acl is torn, we got TPLO surgery done on the other acl about 2 years ago.
Obviously it will be very expensive to do one or both of these surgeries.
I think the right decision is to not do surgery and when it is his time we will do what we have to.
I’m not expecting anyone to tell me how to move forward I just feel terrible guilt that I’m not doing enough for him. He’s not that old and is really a great dog.submitted by /u/Wentzwagon53 to r/dogs