I so appreciated all your concerned messages about Pudge – thank you! I have had to euthanize many animals in the last 50 years but Pudge was one of the most traumatic. It has now occurred to me that the vet who agreed to come may not have used the correct solution or might have given the wrong dose? I don’t know. I’ll never know but I believe I’ll be searching for a different vet now before I need one in an emergency. I do know I’ll be begging them to come to the farm – I couldn’t possibly move any of the remaining 5 goats, much less get them in my van.
Reader quilts – let’s catch up!
You recognize this shed, don’t you? It’s the shed where Hazel cornered a raccoon the other night underneath. Not again – the concrete blocks now will keep her out!
When I was mowing yesterday I saw this.
I peeked in the nest – this is what I saw!
What a beautiful color!
Martinez Custom Fencing came by this week to repair some of our fencing and gates. The owner, Armando, was Telly’s original owner but when he was installing our fencing 11 years ago he kept asking if I’d take his dog because she was an escape artist where he lived in town. I originally said no but he kept asking and of course I gave in. We have loved Telly all these years! Well, you can tell by this picture that she remembered Armando and was overjoyed to see him again.
Here is some of my patriotic decorating that I promised to post.
This flag quilt, America For Me, by Brannock and Patek, was a wedding gift from the staff 26 years ago.
Changing out the quilts includes one of my very favorites by McKenna Ryan, the Farm Quilt. It took me an entire summer to make this but it was worth it – I love it!
Whew! This is a looonnng post – about lots of things today rather than nothing! If I forgot your quilt please send me an email. This is what happens when I don’t post for awhile and things pile up in my inbox.
Do you have plans for the Memorial Day weekend?