We got a nice, slow 0.60" of rain on Thursday. There were last-minute tickets available at Century II for the traveling Broadway production of The Lion King. The costuming and sets were phenomenal.
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|This is a photo of the bull in happier times - 2010.|
So I did. And Randy left with a splint on his cracked right wrist. They couldn't do much for the bruised ribs, but he has those, too.
Randy is very right-handed, but he is getting better at living life as a lefty. (Welcome to my world!) "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," Randy? I'm trying really hard to help him navigate the world one-handed. We'll see how he gets along on the tractor today. He has his pillow. We cut up a sock to try to keep the cast clean.
The moral of the story? We probably should have gone to the K-State game instead of staying home to work. Ah well. It's all part of "The Circle of Life."
***I also want to say "Thank you!" to the Stafford County Hospital. We are so fortunate to have a hospital and an emergency room in our county and community. Of the people who helped us on Saturday, we knew 4 of the 5 people on a first-name basis. We are indeed fortunate to have these caring people available to help at a moment's notice.