Friday, February 13, 2015

For a little glimpse of what's been happening around the farm, my daughter's blog, www.musingreader.blogspot.com, will fill you in.  I'm happy to say, after turning from all shades of dark red to purple to yellow, and swelling twice the size it should be, the farmer's leg seems to be almost back to normal.   After she calmed down a bit, the cow went into the trailer, we brought her home, and pulled the calf.  Now, the question is, how do we get her on the trailer a second time to take her to market, for no matter how pretty she is, she won't be spending the rest of her life on this farm!

I'll be back around soon, 

Charlotte

14 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear about your troubles but glad to hear that the farmers leg is better. That IS life on the farm. You never know what's going to happen. I'm sending you good wishes.

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  2. Glad the farmer is on the mend!! Have a wonderful Valentine's Day!

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  3. glad the farmer is on the mend - I read what happened on your daughter's blog!

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  4. YIKES!! We have had some near misses on the farm too. Like your daughter wrote, just a matter of a few seconds or a different angle and our family would have suffered enormous grief!

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  5. I'm happy to hear the Farmer is recuperating well. Boy, that was a scary close call.
    Your daughter has a pleasant writing voice just like you. :)
    Sending healing prayers and thoughts to the farmer and you too. (((hugs)))

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  6. Glad to hear your husband is on the mend. Sounds like you've had enough excitement to last for a while. Happy Valentine's Day to you, Charlotte. :)

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  7. So happy you checked in.
    Have had you on my mind
    and now know why you have not posted.
    Healing wishes to the Farmer
    and you take care...

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  8. Charlotte, hope Farmer is continuing to heal.
    Had a melt down (mentally this morning) fine now.
    Children, far away and busy
    guess I would call 9ll...

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  9. I'm so put of touch these days. Charlotte. Hope he's all healed up soon. Hope you're doing well too.

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  10. Oh my goodness, I'm so sorry to hear. I'm out of touch as well and feel so bad about it. Keeping ya'll in my prayers. Hugs, xo

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  11. I am so glad that he is doing much better. I just went over and visited your daughter's blog and commented on a couple of her posts. I'm glad you posted where to find it, I hadn't been there for a while and had forgotten where it was. I like visiting fellow writers - I wish her luck with her manuscripts.

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  12. Bless your heart, so sorry to hear about the Farmer's leg and so glad that he is mending. All kinds of mishaps can happen on a farm no matter how careful one can be. Hope the cow cooperates with you on getting into the trailer!

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  13. So sorry to hear about your husband's mishap. Hope he mends soon and that the cow gets easier to handle!

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  14. Sorry to hear about the Farmer getting his leg hurt. I sure hope he is doing well. Working on the farm is hard work and dangerous sometimes. I grew up on a farm and know how it is. Animals can be difficult to load into a trailer. I hope all if going well with you and Farmer now.

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