Thursday, September 21, 2006
We had a terrible mishap yesterday at our farm. While Jason and I were at work, my quarter horse "Nicki" got caught up in the hay elevator, that we had butted right up to the back of the barn, and gashed herself up in many places and laid her chest/belly area wide open.
Jason went to feed them there supper last night and came into the house, and said "you have to call the vet, Nicki is hurt" I instantly called the vet and told them what Jason had told me and I was second in the list on emergency call. We called the vet around 5:30 and they showed up at 7:00. Two vets ended up coming out. They sedated her, cleaned up all he wounds, gave her a tetanus, antibiotic, and pan killer. The vet said that she has already got infection, it is a deep, long, wide gash. He was unable to stitch, since the skin was already dead and infection already begun. So he sterilized the cut, removed all the dead skin, and crimped (maybe not correct word use) the veins off so she would stop bleeding since they wasn't able to stitch her wound. She is one 6400 mg antibiotics twice a day and 1 mg of butte twice a day. I am so worried for my baby. Please everyone say a prayer for her in hopes she will be strong and get through this
Monday, September 11, 2006
Jason and I had a wonderful weekend. My brother and his girlfriend Stephanie came to visit. The four of us went out to eat saturday night and watched the BIG Ohio State vs Texas game. Buckeyes WON!!! Yipeee!!!! I attempted to make Buckeyes for us all to eat. They were pretty tasty, but weren't the prettiest looking...lol....Then sunday morning when we all woke up my brother Josh and I made everyone a yummy breakfast and lots of coffee.
Jason and I are both so happy to have met Steph she is so nice and her and my brother Josh make such a wonderful couple. I am so happy for them both and to see such smiles on their faces when they are together.