This is Banjo, the newest member of the family, and came to live with us the morning Dave’s mother passed away. We figure he’s about four months old and has just about tripled his weight since coming here. Of course, that’s fairly easy to do when your menu choice is turkey, ham, roast beef, whole organic milk, half ‘n’ half or anything but cat food. He’s not all that crazy about cat food; thinks it’s something the dogs should eat and the dogs agree.
The unicorn continues to fly, happily and bravely, over Thistle Cove Farm. Just ask all the foundlings and strays who have made their way here to live, happily ever after.
For those in the unknow, unicorns are the ‘patron saints’ of foundlings and strays. If you’ve read Jeanine McMullen’s books, you already know about unicorns. If you’ve not read My Small Country Holding or Wind in the Ash Tree, you’re in for a treat. I read them about once a year and still laugh until I have tears streaming down my face! The things that women got herself into… I hear she still lives in Wales, in the same farmhouse on the same small country holding. God bless her.
Blessings ~ rain ~ warm weather ~ thawed water tanks ~ kittens ~ Banjo ~