A Sick Sheep

I found Lucy the Sheep unable to get up yesterday, and I fretted about her the rest of the day.  She’s very old (probably in her nineties in human terms), blind, and arthritic.  And it’s very cold.  Ben and Jessica Polston came over with an animal stretcher, and Lucy offered no resistance to being transported to the little barn.  Ethan Pierce ran an electrical cord and we put a space heater on a nearby shelf.  We surrounded her with straw.  This morning when I went out to check on her and she bleated when she heard me and munched on some of the sweet feed I brought .  But we’re bracing ourselves.   She seems ready  to go and be with the Lord.  I’ll keep you posted.

One thought on “A Sick Sheep

  1. I’m so sorry – but what an example of people giving loving care – And of one who is ready to be with the Lord responding to one who loves them There’s a message or object lesson or illustration somewhere in that.

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