My foot was fine all night. Other than some weird sensations like the toes are made of cotton, and the fact that the toes don't bend anymore, the foot was fine. I put on my socks and my sandals and went down to the barn with Brett to do morning chores. I did my full share with no trouble at all. I fed the goats their morning hay and then gave the rabbits their breakfast.
I gave Jackson his bucket of vitamins and then got the muck cart and rake and began flinging manure into the cart. Once Brett had hay out in the pasture, I let Flash and Winston out of their stalls. Everybody enjoyed the morning sunshine and mild temperatures.
|A boy and his horse|
|A girl and her dogs|
The apples are coming along nicely. We will have a good crop of big, juicy apples this fall.
I even have my first pumpkin, amongst the weeds in the garden. I need to work on that too.
After breakfast, I settled on the couch to catch up on everyone's blogs. There is a confused bird that has been hopping around on the railing, screaming at me, and occasionally flying over the window where he perches for a nano-second and pecks at the glass. Then he flies back to the rail. He has been doing this since early this morning. I think he's confused or lost or both.