Actually, Sprite was still quite sick and didn't eat for 24 hours so I syringed water, c. silver, and nutri-drench into her every hour or so. Finally late in the afternoon she took a bottle! She is fine now, living outside again with all the other goats!
Playing wahoo on the deck on the cool wahoo board that Karl made is a family tradition!
Feb 3 - we had planned to butcher the four wethers, but we ended up delaying that until next weekend. Instead we worked on digging up the septic lines and Kris hurt his back worse than he ever had before. Then, in the afternoon the kids and I went to Kerrville to the funeral home while Kris layed paralyzed in the recliner.
Feb 4 - I took Kris to the chiropractor in Kerrville because he could barely walk, much less drive! Then, the rest of the day I worked on the dreaded TAXES while the kids helped out with all the extra work that I was neglecting.
Feb 5 - Worked on the taxes some more and finally finished after lunch. We actually got caught up on schoolwork today despite the protests - "But Dad's off work!" Got caught up on some laundry and disbudded Rainy's little boy. After I fixed supper and milked the goats, Bailey and her mom came over to pick up Rainy and Jr. They dropped off the sweet little Nubian kid that we had worked out a trade for, and they also loaned us their pony!! Her name is Susie and she is really cute. Erinn is really looking forward to Rachel coming over once a week to ride with her.
NOTE of importance! Loy (Kris' aunt) has completed the long and involved testing process and is now approved by a team of doctors AND the insurance company to be put on the waiting list for a heart transplant! Please pray that she will not catch any of the nasty viruses that are going around, and that the Lord would grant her peace as she goes through this stressful time.
ANOTHER NOTE OF IMPORTANCE: Kris' dad is going to be undergoing surgery to remove a cancerous cyst from his prostate on December 7, so please pray that the doctors would get it all and that he would have a smooth recovery.