I hope you’ll take a few minutes to read this wonderful and interesting article presented by the FACE foundation. Thanks!
Many of you have been interested in our dog, Maud, and her recovery since she became ill a few weeks ago. After being rushed to the emergency vet due to bleeding from her mouth, etc. and spending nearly a week at the vet clinic secondary to very, very low platelet levels and red blood cell count, she was diagnosed with immune-mediated […]
Originally posted on Almost Farmgirl:
Jeremiah pulled the covers back and kissed me goodbye at about 7:30. I was still in bed, unmotivated to get up and start my Sunday. “I put fly masks on the horses and scrubbed the trough. The stalls are clean, and the water buckets are filled. The chickens are fed. The barn cats are let…
Originally posted on But I Smile Anyway...:
?? Hi there Peeps! Hope you are gearing up for a great weekend! I have a little request, just wanna see if something can be done…. It’s my biggie birthday (40! Eeeeek!) soon, in a couple of weeks, and I was thinking to myself how great a present it would be to hit…
Our garden is a sanctuary of sorts. It’s a place to unwind, think, enjoy…..and just be. I love watching the ever-changing sky with clouds of various colors, sizes, and textures as well as the many birds that visit our flowers and feeders. The solitude of this place is definitely good for the soul. Have a lovely weekend!
I would like to dedicate this post to my husband’s 102 year-old grandfather. He is affectionately known as “Bump” or “Bumpy” to his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, because he always bumped foreheads to say goodnight when tucking them into bed at the family’s summer retreat in Maine. “Camp,” as this summer place is lovingly called, has been an important part of […]
Hope Is The Thing With Feathers ~Emily Dickinson Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul, And sings the tune without the words, And never stops at all, And sweetest in the gale is heard; And sore must be the storm That could abash the little bird That kept so many warm. I’ve heard it in the […]
In our household, this is what we refer to as a “pookie face.” It usually results in not feeling well, needing extra attention, or both. As you can see, Maud is wearing such a face in this picture. While she made gains with her platelet count increasing from 17,000 to over 200,000 within her first week home, Maud’s platelet count […]
Just thought I’d share. This is a cause that’s dear to me. Thanks! 🙂