Last weekend while snapping photos around the farm, I came across this white lilac bush. It was beautiful. I asked if I could snap off a few sprigs to take home, because they smelled so wonderful! I put them in a vase. Then, they looked so pretty I took their picture! Of course.
Unfortunately, they did not last very long. But for a few days, I got to enjoy their sweet, springy fragrance.
I did not realize that I sounded so vague and depressed in my email yesterday. Thank you all, from my heart, for your kind words and emails. I have been on a bit of an emotional roller coaster since Sunday, but I am hanging in there! I can't discuss one of the things stressing me out because my blog is public. I may know more soon, and will share details as soon as I know what is going on. However, please know that mine and my family's health is all good, it is nothing serious like that.
Several little things, which might be manageable on their own, have just all landed at once with an incredible sense of bad timing. One of them being that after a 7-day aggressive course of Xxterra, my horse's sarcoid is big, oozing, bloody, and painful to him. It's everything it hasn't been under earlier courses of treatment yet I was told that it would be, so I am hopeful this time it's doing something- like going away. Forever. I talked to the vet and she said sometimes you can chase these things around in circles. For now, it will rest and heal for a week or so, and then she said if it does not appear to be better, she will have to come out and biopsy it and we'll have to try another approach in treatment.
Here is a picture of my handsome boy.....I will spare you the sarcoid in all of it's recent glory on my new Nikon, it is probably more gore than you care to see!
The weekend is almost here, I hope you all have great plans!
Miss Lucie Grace
1 year ago