and jiggity jig doesn't even begin to express how happy we all are!
and I know she isn't exactly doing a jig right here but let me say that after five days and nights in a strange place without your people with tubes running into you, laying in a kennel with a cone on your head....I think I'd be looking much the same.
She certainly had a spring in her step when she seen I was there and it got more springy as she realized we were headed for the door together and then when she seen her truck....oh my!
She is still a very sick Girl and is going to need pampering and you all know that of course she's in the right place now for that.
We aren't sure how things will go but after talking with the Doc and the Doc seeing how she reacted to being with her Momma, it was decided that she needed to come Home.
We have plans to walk in the woods and along the Lane....roam the Farm and the alfalfa field.
Take some long rides and stop for ice cream.
We will lay in the grass and do nothing and if she wants to sleep on the bed with us, I'm betting she's going to be right there snugged in.
We are still praying for a miracle of sorts....that the pancreas might heal and things will turn around.
We will keep our faith that whatever will be best for her is what will come.
We do know that if love plays a factor then she stands a chance.....
She is Home....
Home, where we Love
Where she knows she is loved and where she is happy and content.
Sophie is Home.....quite possibly to spend her last days.
We will fill those days with the love she has known since we made her ours almost eight years ago.
Thank you everyone who has reached out to us in prayer, caring thoughts and your love.
This isn't easy but knowing we are wrapped in the arms of so many makes it much more bearable.
Continued prayers for healing and comfort welcome.
From the Lane.....
Big Pops, Sharon
Sophie, Ivy & Isabelle
Home, Where We Love is Home
Where Our Feet May Leave....
But Never Our Heart