Berlin was even more of a disaster this morning. As soon as the clinic was open I called to see what they would suggest. More dex and antihistamines. Brought her into the grooming room and gave her 3 more pills (that left me with 1), sponged her off and hoped for the best.
Angel was in at the same time for a soaking and new wrap for her foot. I think she is improving.
Moon was being worked by Lorrie, so Abbe and Maggie were not happy being along.
Finally they all got turned out to the respective pastures and I finished cleaning my stalls.
Karen, Lorrie and I worked on removing milk weeds and more nettles. Don't think they have anything to do with the hives, but don't want them around.
Considering that this was supposed to be a grey day, it looked pretty good.
At 10:30 I drove out to the clinic to get more meds. Phoebe and Gucci kept me company.
It's a very beautiful facility....all the vets are women, and most of the staff too. Occasionally there is a male intern.
I love driving on the back roads.
Home in time for lunch.
After many months of nothing happening, the hibiscus plant popped out a blossom.
4 o'clock....time to switch pastures.
Gary made applesauce this morning and then picked all of these peppers so we can saute them and put them in the freezer. So domestic today.
We had two eggplants hangin' around so I made eggplant parm for dinner (Annette made it last night...so many times we have had the same dinners).
A traditional salad using our last tomatoes. Saint Tim just might have eaten this one if I had some Ranch Dressing.
Spags with olive oil, butter and Romano cheese.
Time to tuck the girls in.
I was very grateful to see that Berlin's hives were going down.
Maggie and Angel are getting much more comfortable.
Did not get all that much sleep last night. Wonder if I'll be able to keep my eyes open long enough to watch a little tv.