Here she is, folks....
Baby Daisy. She's being held by her big sister, who I have nicknamed "Little Bunny Foo-Foo". (Foo-Foo for short.) (And believe it or not, she actually doesn't mind me calling her that ridiculous name...) (But I HAVE caught her rolling her eyes whenever I say it...)
Sorry for not posting much lately but, of all things, I got caught in one of those dangerous Texan flash-floods last week. And it was actually a pretty close call for me---I'm still rather humbled from it. (However, the Jeep's brakes have worked somewhat better ever since driving through that flood---go figure.)
(Hey, maybe I can put off that brake job for even LONGER, despite the fact that my exasperated mechanic has come to the office at least once a week for the last 3 weeks to nag me about how much I need that brake job....)
Although I was pretty frightened while it was happening (which is very unusual for me on the road, as I'm usually foolhardy, reckless, and idiotically fearless) I DID get my stupid pictures of the whole event. (Never let it be said that I don't utilize my ever-present handy-dandy camera on every occasion---even when I'm about to be swallowed up by swamp water and bitten by water snakes....)
The Message Goat still hasn't stopped calling me a "GD fool" for what I did during that flash flood, but by God I saw my patient that day. I felt like Tom Hanks in that movie where he gets stranded on a desert island but finally delivers his Fed Ex package when he is rescued. But I had something better than a make-shift life raft. I had the good ole Jeep---which never fails me.
I will get those pictures up soon---and I can't help repeating myself.....it WAS rather frightening.
(And yes, I did have a few conversations with The Lord during that whole ordeal---and I can tell you that I used my utmost humility while talking to Him....I figured it wasn't really the time or place to holler at him or aggravate him in any way...)