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You can’t make this stuff up!

You can't make this stuff up!

It has been a hectic week!
Rosie started the week with vet visit–a bug was in her cornea,
requiring sedation, eye scrapping, and a fitted contact lens that I have to keep checking to make sure it is in place.
Eye drops 4 times a day!
Mama Duck hatched 10 adorable baby ducks! Yes, 10!
Anyone want a duck?
The week ended with a daughters car caught in a flash flood and 5 inches of water needed to be sucked out and dried!
Catching my breath and rolling up my sleeves.
The garden holds more tasty produce just waiting to be brought into the kitchen.
TGIF!


15 comments

  1. What a week. I heard about the flooding in Rochester and am so sorry your daughter was caught in that. Caleb moved home the day before; huge relief.

    The ducklings sound like the positive in an otherwise crazy week. You have every right to write TGIF with an exclamation mark.

    Here’s hoping your weekend and next week are much better.

  2. That is one of my top 5 things I hope I never experience, “being in a flash flood”…Good to hear she is okay. We live near the Mississippi River and you hear about it often in the spring around here…I wish I could have a duck, darn I don’t have the space :-(, and I am sure our rescue dogs would think it is dinner! robbie:-)

    • I couldn’t believe when she called and told me! We were lucky it didn’t get into the engine!
      I’m worried my dogs just might think my baby ducks are cute toys too! Mama is very protective–even scared me a few times! Now that I should film!

  3. Wow! Everything from baby ducks to flooding! And a scraped cornea? Sometimes it’s just exactly like this–and I hope focusing on the garden’s goods will give you some mental relaxation, if not physical. You deserve a good weekend, my friend. ox

  4. Goodness, what a week.

    Poor Rosie. There is nothing worse then eye trouble. I can’t imagine managing that with a dog.

    Sorry to hear about your daughter’s flash-flood incident. I’m glad she’s okay, but what a scary experience and what a mess.

    The ducks sound cute, but wow…that’s a lot of homes to find. Best of luck with all of it. I hope you can squeeze in some time for a hot tea and a good book.

  5. It all comes at once doesn’t it. Hope Rosie is doing better, poor dear. It’s so stressful when our animals need medical care. I only wish that I could have a duck. We saw some ducklings with their mama at the golf course today,…..so darn cute. Love to see a picture of them if you can 😀 Wicked weather everywhere this year, good thing it was only 5 inches but a hassle none the less. Hope everyone is ok. Hugs Rosie!


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