My name is Lacy and you will recognize me as the Collie who greets guests at Clare's Well. Any Franciscan Living needs to be inclusive of us; St Francis was so mindful of ALL of God's creatures. I look forward to sharing my thoughts with you.
The family of my goat brothers and sisters tripled this summer!
Both Gemma and Nibbles had twin kids in May.
Gemma has a boy and a girl, Heidi and Hank. Nibbles has two boys,
Shadow and Stormy. Heidi and Stormy are black and white.
Hank and Shadow are totally black in color. I hear people say how interesting that the Mom's have matching pairs of kids.
Sister Carol's grandniece, Rosie, and friend, Elizabeth, came to visit this week. The kids put on a great show for them; I could hear the girls laughing.
Even though I can't see, I feel like my old self again. This is good because Carol needs me to bark at these rowdy kids when they escape from the barn. My bark gets them in before they eat the flowers. It means the world to me to still be needed!
Good eyesight isn't required to answer voice requests for help. How do you respond when someone needs you and you can't see them?
(Do you think Carol lets the goats out of the barn on purpose sometimes just so I have more to do??)