Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Meet The Flockers

Notice anything out of the ordinary?



Something green maybe?



Renny and Ewenice spent some time with the main flock this morning.



Renny's been dying to get out there. She's very social.



Everyone was pretty kind.



She checked in with Miss Ewenice regularly.



For most of the visit I kept Hank outside. At the very end I let him in and closely supervised. He really wants to go up and sniff her, especially her boo-boos...which is the very last place she wants a dog near. I think in time she'll be just fine. She's smart as a whip...and obviously unsinkable.

I couldn't decide between these two videos, so I posted both. One is a little less Blair Witch-y, but the other one shows how well she's walking on that "bad" leg.





I realize this is starting to look like the all Renny blog, but with so much that goes wrong, it's nice to see some things go right, eh?

21 comments:

Alice said...

Renny's recovery is incredible! She tries so nicely to fit in with the others. Interesting videos you've shared.

CathyD. said...

It is, indeed, nice to see something go right!
I don't think I'm the only one out here who looks forward to updates on her progress.
Loved the videos.

Susan said...

I love her green jacket with it's Tiny Tim rope ties. She is a pip, all right. She looks like she has adapted quickly and will be just fine. Bless your heart.

Michelle said...

What a great little trouper she is! No wall flower or doormat, that girl, in spite of the trials she's endured. I hope we continue to see Renny a lot!

Tiggeriffic said...

Oh I love your videos... Renny looks so good.. You can never give us enough information about Renny.. He is living and surviving on the love from you and Eunice.. Sweet Eunice..
Have a great day..ta ta for now from Iowa...

Jody said...

I also enjoy your videos, especially when they show Renny!
It makes a heart feel good...thanks for sharing with us :-)

Pam said...

Eh!

Phyllis said...

What a way to end/begin our year...thanks for letting us get up close.

Christine said...

Love everything you post about Renny. It warms my heart to see her doing so well. She really is getting around as good as she could be.

Cynthia said...

Your ongoing Renny posts just flesh out your already outstanding sheepie blog, not take it over. Renny is so much the brave sheep. I've seen barbed wire damage, combine omg nightmares and dog attacks. She is a prime example of what can be done....providing a human like you is willing to help. Thanks for the updates and congrats to both of you (and your willing helpmates) for braving the journey.

Mom L said...

Renny is a complete heart-warming story all by herself. I'm very glad you posted the videos - it's really nice to see her doing so well, especially with the other flockers!!

Nancy in Iowa

Leah said...

That just warms the cockles of my heart! I am sure she was a tired girl after that. And Hank seems pretty patient with being kept from his work. Thanks so much for sharing.

Peacecat said...

Gawd, I love the titles of your blog entries. Laughing out loud!

kristi said...

Your blogs are heart felt, thoughtful, and inspirational...keep Renny and everything else coming;)

Nancy K. said...

I'm not sure which is more touching ~ Renny's acceptance into the flock or Hank's eagerness to protect her.

I think your bringing Renny back from the brink of death is about the closest thing to a miracle that I have seen. Well, OK ~ a baby is probably more of a miracle, but that happens every day. I don't think there are many stories, like Renny's, that have happy endings...

Eleanor P said...

all's well that ends well! and I'm so glad you had the guts to hang in there with her! That really took some courage to take care of the wounds and deal with the worry about whether or not you were doing the right thing for her! You guys gave her the chance and she ran with it (if you'll pardon the pun!). I know my new year starts off well knowing that she's going to be fine!

Ed said...

Too cute, you mentioned "unsinkable" you should have named her Molly Brown..:-)))
p.s. she looks like a football player with her jacket..

Tammy said...

Wow, that did my heart good this morning! So happy to see her up and about and engaging. Looks to me like she will regain full use of that leg, from how she is using it now. She is a bold little thing, isn't she? And smart enough to know when to duck and dodge too! :-)
Tammy

flowerweaver said...

It is a nice reminder that good things do happen, and a great success on which to wrap up 2010! So heartwarming to see her with the others.

The Sprollies 'n' Border Collies said...

Renny's a really nice sheep. She seems to enjoy the hay with the flock!

DayPhoto said...

OH the JOY! I am so glad for you, and for Renny! And heck for the rest of the flock!

She is walking really well, considering!

Linda
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