The gardens are full.
Wai slept under his sheet just a bit more than usual yesterday. He feels slower to me. Though he still walked about when the sun went down. Now that the outer covering is coming off, his wounds some of which are very deep, are entering a risky period. I am afraid for him. I am going to call in the vet today to check our progress again.
(Way below – past the weather – I have placed one of my progress pictures of Wai’s skin. These are for my records and the vet not the blog. It looks awful and is not for children. But if you are feeling strong this is what we are fighting. This is the damage someone did to this pig. Probably burning. I might sound pragmatic and methodical with his care but I am never going to lose the fury I feel. I am furiously protective of him. And the terror that his ravaged body will be overwhelmed and the bastards who did this will win.
But life will continue to move on and all around us even when battling. So we must all roll many ways to navigate life’s criss cross.
The weather seems to be settling and our new help comes next week so I have tee-ed up the hay man to cut the hay on Monday.
Hope you have a lovely day.
Weather. Lovely day.
Friday 07/14 10% / 0 in
Sunshine and clouds mixed. High 76F. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Friday Night 07/14 10% / 0 in
Some passing clouds. Low 58F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph
Do not look further unless you have a strong stomach. But if you are interested in what Wai and I are actually dealing wih (other than nice pictures of his good side) here is one patch. The yellow you are seeing is actually drying, covering developing skin. But it is as bad as it looks. And this is not the worst side. The other side is much worse and weeping.