That is such a huge relief! You and she have been on my mind every day. Lovely photos!
I'm starting to think it'll be ok, just gonna take a little extra time for her to heal up.
Yep, good news is always welcome here.
Hi Dani,Very good news!Patti
Most excellent news! And thank you for your cheery photos :)
Whooohoooo. That is good news.That Shamy is one serious bird. I noticed you got a white version. Let's face it, you're going to rename them Salt and Peppa.
Patty, I'm so grateful that her body is responding to the meds. There for a couple days it wasn't looking real good.Eggy, I've been keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. ((hugs)) Shamy, I like it. :) Baby Shamy has grown up to be the cutest little thing. And so sweet too. We Love, Love, Love her!
Sooo glad to hear she's improving and the sooner she's out of there.. the better! Remember what I said about pro-biotics and how important they are for people on long term antibiotics. Are you hip to them? if not, please Google. Your chickies are super cute.
I think it's a great idea Boxer.With another 6 weeks of antibiotics she's gonna need all the help she can get.
When did you get the white Silky? Glad to hear good news from your camp.
Beautiful photos, love that first Pansy. Praise report that your Mom continues to improve.
Good! Joy is everywhere!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Granny, right around Halloween. The buff one is a Silky too.Darla, I love winter when you can fill the garden with pansies. :)Linda, yes, yes, yes!
What pretty, cheery photos, Dani! Six weeks of antibiotics? EEEK! Poor mum, send her Diva kisses and healing vibes. xoxo
Thank goodness! Knee replacements seem to have no middle ground. They either go swimmingly or there are awful consequences. So glad your mom is dong better!
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