Sarah’s human came and got her yesterday morning. She was very happy to see him, but didn’t want to leave here. Rather broke my heart. I’m sure she is having a terrible time of being flung here and there and everywhere. At least now she is with her human, which takes a load off my mind.
We went down to Saint Mary’s Hospital yesterday to see Rick in ICU. The prognosis is sad. When we left yesterday the two sisters were going to have to make the hard decision–the one that is only done in human kindness. Once that process is over everyone waits. I’m sure we will hear something sometime this morning where things are. Personally I think life in a wheel chair (he has (now) had a massive stoke on the left side to go with everything else) where you can’t get out and sit on a tractor would be horrible. If he pulls through we will still be there–friendships don’t change because the physical body changes.
Anyway, we move forward toward Christmas all the kids are coming home—YIPPEE! At least for Christmas day I will have all four of our children and their mates [here] and our three grandchildren and maybe –just maybe—our step-granddaughter!
I hope this post finds each one of you in a good place in life and the joy of the Christmas Season filling your lives with goodness!
Your friend on a Western Colorado Farm,