And here is my picture for the day — digging out of 12-14″ of new snow.
Rick loves his John Deere tractor with blower on back and loader on front. He has this wonderful tractor thanks to my mom, Hazel. When she died, I put up fencing and he got a tractor. We’re both tickled!
I traveled on roads like this to the vet office this morning.
Colton has been there since Monday with a urinary blockage. They put him under and inserted a catheter and today they removed the catheter so he was able to come home. He is so happy to be here! And I know he feels better!
I also left Rox there for observation – something is wrong – she acts like she’s in pain and I don’t know what’s wrong! It’s something about her chest or belly – she’s breathing very shallow and is a ball of tense muscles and cries when I pick her up. Honestly – things run in 3’s so I’m wondering what is coming next.
This is my New York Beauty progress from last night. Don’t anyone ask me to help them make this because I can’t and won’t even try to guide somebody through this process. It takes all of my big brain to get one arc pieced! And I’m not kidding – this was my goal this winter and I will stick to it but it’s hard! Oh, how I’d love to give up and make a log cabin quilt! Ha!
Hope ran in the snow too much yesterday and re-injured her bad leg so I’m hoping she’ll stay in her chair most of today. She is so easy for us to keep – as if she’s one of ours. She is a good girl!