At least the rain has stopped as I wake this morning. Hubbie took today off to help me get to market this morning and drive son to his doctor's appointment this afternoon.
Our families bad week continues as daughter called this morning to say that she had taken her fiance Josh to the emergency room about midnight with kidney stones. They spent almost 3 hours in there and he was prescribed the same pain meds as son and they had made him very sick. UHHHHHH !!!!
We did morning chores and then headed to market. Judging by the amount of water still standing in the bottom pasture the creek did jump it's banks last night.
I got to market a little early but the aisles were empty and pretty much stayed that way all day. I did sell more than I did last Thursday so for that I am thankful.
Hubbie left to come home to turn the cattle back into the lower pasture and have lunch before going with son.
After market I made stops at the bank, the PO, Aldi and Walmart and got home around 4:00.
Hubbie was already here after dropping son at his house. The doctor didn't do anything today for son but order an MRI so she could she what was going on in his neck. He was not happy !!! She refused a different pain medicine since he had already been prescribed one.
Daughter called and said when she called the hospital back about Josh's pain med sickness she was told the same thing but they did call him in some anti-nausea pills so she said she would bring #2 son a couple of them so he could try them if he wanted to try the pain meds again.
As I came home and drove by our pastures there was still a lot of water standing in them and the Mallard ducks were making the best of an expanded farm pond.
Hubbie helped me unload and put things away.
We had a snack then did evening chores in a much nicer drier evening. All the animals acted like they were surely happier today.
There was a beautiful sunset this evening.
Thankful to God tonight for the love He shows me each day and praying again for #2 son as he endures these next days with the pain in his neck and arm.
God Bless and Good Night.