Yes, doom and gloom everywhere except – Gloria’s house! Look at this bright eyed little sweetie pie, Angel!
Gloria says when Angel pees now, it’s a gush rather than a dribble. Just think how miserable she must have been! I’d say Gloria has saved Angel’s life twice now!
Remember the 3 Amigos? The three goats that I took in about 5 years ago? One has always had really bad hooves which grew very fast and curled up making them nearly impossible to keep trimmed. I made the decision last week to have her put down because she had no quality of life – couldn’t walk, could hardly get stood up and never went outside. I took a picture of her terrible hooves so you’d understand.
On a lighter note, I bought cabbage for my chickens – it’s only 28 cents a pound this week before St.Patrick’s Day.
I also went to the vet clinic to get the dogs’ meds for heart worm, flea and ticks. Last year I had a terrible flea outbreak here and no matter the cost, I hope it never happens again. Thus I left with $618.24 worth of meds. I haven’t bought anything for the cats yet! Yikes – Seresto collars – about $60 for a cat times 12 cats!!!!!
Since I thought we’d be watching March Madness I bought everything to make Mexican or Cowboy caviar. Not watching games but had to make it anyway since I had all the stuff.
And here’s the recipe:
Remember this bird seed bag?
Last night it became a grocery bag!
Dirty Dozen finishes.
Thanks for keeping all of us in the loop with your area concerning the virus. If you haven’t commented yet, please do and include your city and state. I think we all appreciate what others are experiencing.
Remember Charlotte whose hospitalized husband Dick was beginning to talk? He was having a good weekend a week ago. On Wednesday of this past week he went to be with our Heavenly Father and Charlotte wanted me to thank all of you for your kind wishes and prayers. Hope you’re doing OK, Charlotte!
And I’ll sign off with a picture of two of my house yard chickens. And remember, this blog is supported by thank you ads.