Sunday, October 30, 2011
While I was there visiting, my daughter got to feeling sick. We took her to the doctor when I got home a week later and she has been diagnosed with acute kidney failure. She is now on dialysis and will remain so until a suitable donor can be found. Please pray for her.
Since things have been so busy here most of my spinning / weaving has been put on hold. I have plenty of fiber so no worry about what to do with myself these days. The alpacas are in the process of being re-homed as I don't think I can care for them properly by myself. My niece is such a huge help but she will be returning to her parents in the near future. Plus with winter coming on sometimes we can't get over to the pasture with the deep snow and spend a lot of the day just digging out. This winter our snow is predicted to be heavy and our weather colder than usual. Our snow blower does a great job but there are still areas to shoveled by hand. I have been fortunate for the past several years to have great neighbors to help plow us out too!
Here is a picture from a couple years ago when we had over 100" of snow. This big guy (and six more like him) was inside our property. The snow was so deep they simply stepped over our 6' fence. This one saw me and tried climbing up on the roof when I ran upstairs! They were down here eating my shrubs and fruit trees because the snow was too deep higher up the hill for them to find food.