This last month

During the last month I have spent most my time in doctors offices and the hospital with my brother-in-law.  He has multiple myeloma and just went through his stem cell replacement. Everything went so well and I am so proud of him. He has special needs and he handled it like a pro. Due to things unseen I ended up staying with him the whole time. My helpers couldn’t make it and Hubby bless his heart is doing hay, tagging cattle and keeping up two yards and everything else I use to help with.

It has been an eye-opening experience, to say the lest. I have realized that people who deal with cancer, will see people walk the other way . I’m not sure if its fear or they just don’t want to be bothered or both. I am grateful to be able to help. I would be lying if I didn’t say the endless appointments and the endless worry have been having a field day with my diabetes. I will figure it out, I would love the prayers for David and for me. I also need prayers for His mom who will be 90 next month and also goes with me on every appointment, between the two I have a fun day………….lol

The garden has been left on its own for over 3 weeks and I am trying to get the weeds pulled a foot at a time. I am so glad I got it started, this will have to be my stress release.  I do have baby tomatoes and my potatoes are doing great. The corn, well lets just say it tried. I will replant. I missed out on my strawberry picking this year, darn it ! But next year things should be back to normal.  The baby geese have all but grown up and they will be leaving the farm soon.  The calves are all but to cute and the cattle have shed their winter coat. Rinny, my GS, is now a year old and sorry to say has been on hold in the training department. So sorry for her.

Well, as I said a lot has happened…………I hope to get back into writing soon. Everyone have a great day. I will try to catch up on your blogs and read them through. See ya.