Crazy Cow Country Farm

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November 2nd, 2006 · 2 Comments · Uncategorized

Blogger ate my posts

It never fails, I sit down with a time limit and write out a couple posts only to have them disappear into the blogger wasteland.

Ed continues to improve and has even shaken the mild chest cold he caught. He told me this morning that last night he felt like he did a few days after the dr. had given him the shot of steroids. Basically, awesome. This is wonderful news! His hands and arms are now totally clear with just a handful of little tiny pink spots – like chigger bites, nothing to worry about. his chest is a very mild pink color and the itching is nearly gone. His legs are still healing. As I’ve said, they were the worst so will probably take the longest to heal. Overall, we are very pleased and excited.

The farmer finally harvested the remaining milo and this means I’m in a time crunch to get the west pasture electrified for the goats. The idea of letting the graze through the winter and cutting the need for hay is very appetizing indeed. It’s cold though and very hard work getting those posts in the ground. This is one of those times when we really miss not having a tractor.

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