So much news to talk about. We have had the insurance adjuster out, we have had clean up work done, I have gone into a nesting mode, and Bill is busy getting all of our equipment up and running again. On my days off, I’m usually having one of my “fat-ass” days! My fat-ass days consist of doing laundry, vacuuming, dusting, and cooking a nice meal and putting my fat-ass in my chaise lounge and watching my favorite shows. What got into me …I don’t know. I was totally nesting! Rearranged furniture, hunted down every dust-bunny in existence, and through out everything from clothes to odds and ins that have been stored since we moved to Navasota. Seriously the dust-bunnies were running for their lives from the SHARK….you remember, my deadly vacuum cleaner that can suck up the largest of items. The old saying “you will be known by the tracks you leave”…well, boy…I was leaving the tracks!
In the middle of all of this I lost another “teal sister” to ovarian cancer. Rest in Peace Olivia! Olivia passed into the Lord’s arms surrounded by her family. She also requested that instead of flowers that a donation to the Leilani Essary Hurles Ovarian Cancer Research Fund be made. Not selfish in this world or the next. Thank you Olivia for your determination in finding a cure.
I’ve always heard when God takes someone… a new life is created. In our front yard we watched mommy doe give birth to her little one. It was the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen. From birth to nursing, and nursing to standing up. The fawn was so healthy and energetic. God sure works in mysterious ways. And I have to hand it to her…mom did it all during a thunderstorm. What a lady!!!! Albert Einstein said ” Look deep into Nature, and then you will understand everything better”. Nothing else needs to be said.
More later. Love you all! Blessings.