As usual I have no idea how to fix the pictures! Kayla says there’s nothing wrong on her end so it must be me.
Blanche was spayed today and the vet was able to tell me that she is very young – she has not even experienced a heat cycle yet so I hope I haven’t made a terrible mistake by having her spayed. He thinks she could even be younger than one year – which would make her a puppy!
When I brought her home, she had no balance and really could not walk well at all but I did not want to leave her there overnight with no one in the building but her and 4 resident cats.
I’m going to post the reader quilts that I have waiting – maybe you’ll be able to make them larger on your end.
Remember that gorgeous fall foliage I posted that we all just loved? Well, just take a look at this photo taken overlooking a church and school in New Hampshire. It is magazine quality – I’ve never seen anything like it, have you?
This quilt is from online but I loved it!
The combines are going full speed around here and Rick will start work on Thursday morning – early! I will have to get up so that Blanche won’t run out the gate when he leaves. Ugh.
I really appreciate all of you taking such an interest in Blanche – Mark said the farmer was going to shoot her if her didn’t take her home with him. I know not everyone feels this overwhelming love for dogs that I have but right now I am “living the dream”, as Rick’s friend Phil always says. How could I ask for more? Living in the country with all these animals and rescuing when I can has been my life’s dream.
Thanks for coming along on the journey! Keep your fingers crossed that I can figure out the picture problem.