I did take photos of the fridge and will get them uploaded and on a different post that will be pending yet.
So hubby came down around 5 am ish to ask for help, he has slipped in the tub and fallen into side of the tub, he was certainly hurting and so off to the walk-in that sent us to the ER and two doctors later and its a cracked rib or two an or torn muscles.
Meds, pain killers and six to eight weeks of healing, with No lifting and care required. Needless to say, I have been a little busy the last few days between regular house stuff, taking over hubbies chores on the farm and reno stuff still going on.
Tonight is the first time where I have everything done and have time to sit down and get a post up to let you all know what is been going on.
I have three ewe’s that are bagged up now but still no new lambs, on the other hand the goat babies are a hoot.. they are strong, healthy and full of themselves. I will see if I can put up a wee little video of them at some point.. I have taken a few cuz.. come on baby goat bouncing!
The weather has been cold and they say its finally going to start warming up in the day times above 0, which is great. It will make things very nice in some ways but it also will slow me down in others as its starting to be the mud season. Right now I can sled down the water buckets to the big barn on the snow yet, it will be a lot harder to sled them in mud.. and I am so out of shape..
WOW, am I out of shape after x months off the hauling of water and hay/feed and such due to my lungs, I also have to wear a mask when I am working these days, but its so worth it. My body will get stronger for it, and that can only be a good thing.
Also wanted to send out a RIP note to our Boo Cat, she would have turned 14 this spring and has always been a great barn purrpot, she was fixed as a young female and was a good hunter. It’s always sad to lose one of the older ones. (this photo was taken in 2014) but its one of my favorites 🙂