Well, it was a long day for us today.
Keith is back in the hospital, and is going to be sent out for
treatment to another VA center... if they can find a bed.
We aren't sure where, it could possibly be out of state.
This rather grim picture of him does not show that he is basically pretty optimistic and upbeat.
After I went up to talk to the doctors at his behest, I finally came home in late afternoon
to take the dogs out for a run.
Jester can hardly believe his good fortune, I think.
As soon as we get to the old place, he begins to wriggle around in the car.
Then, off he goes.
I am not letting them go into the pasture without me right now,
while the fence is still down on the south side.
So, down we went.
Our beautiful red girl ran and ran.
And Jester rolled and rolled.
Then we went up to the yard so I could pull the debris from
yesterday to the burn pile.
This is the tree that fell in the small tornado we had three years ago.
Troy hooked onto it with the tractor last weekend and tried to pull it:
It moved MAYBE two feet, and he gave it up
That's the trunk end, it's like petrified wood now.
But oh, the beauty. The beauty.
I sat down in the pasture on the downed tree to talk to Keith for a while.
Yes, we are worried... but we are both "glass half full" kind of people, and
are waiting to see what is going to happen.
All of your kind prayers and thoughts on Facebook were so much appreciated...
I don't know what I would do without friends and family.
We'll keep you posted!