It takes several blogs to cover my interests. Below are the links and brief descriptions: 1. My Fighting Carcinoid Cancer blog (http://fightingcarcinoidcancer.blogspot.com/) is all about being a cancer survivor. Up until March 2011 I had no idea that so many types of cancer impacted so many people in so many ways. Chances are excellent thatContinue reading “Different Blogs Talk about Many Subjects”
Our critters are a mess — but in a good way. They make me laugh. They make me cry — from simply stepping on my toes to tragically dying in my arms. My goats have taught me how tenuous life is; but, they’ve also taught how to enjoy every day I have with them. Probably asContinue reading “The Goats Figured Out — I Didn’t”
Look at the space he would have climbed. It’s a good five feet. How did he do that?! The trash cans are now in the chicken area, unreachable by little goats. Guess we’re for sure gonna have babies in 155 days or less. Sigh… .
That’s another issue I have. Being an only child, I don’t like being alone. I didn’t like it when growing up and I don’t like it now. Guess that’s why we have so many animals. I’m never alone anymore; not in the house, the front yard, nor the back yard. Actually my yards are pasturesContinue reading “Managing a Ranch”
I try to write every morning but I keep getting in my way. I say that because often I don’t know what to write, nor do I how to go about what I’m thinking. Daily chores conflict with my writing time. But then again, anything could fill that bill. If I let it, that is.Continue reading “So much for keeping my promise to myself”
Lester is on the mend … now he needs to put on some weight.
Getting caught up. When you live on a ranch with critters there are few slack times. For instance, I just got in from feeding everyone hay when I noticed that my favorite male goat, Lester, wasn’t eating. That is sooooo not normal for him. I knew immediately that something was not right. Upon closer inspectionContinue reading “What am I doing with my new found time?”
This morning was a draggy morning. I just couldn’t get going much less get organized. Then the chores started raising their heads. My first chore is to free the chickens then feed them. Since I’m in the front yard I check on the goats, making sure they have water and they’re all OK. Remember, ifContinue reading “Had a Farmer Day”