27 May 2011

The waiting game.....

What a week....

Here is my little up-date on Annie.
I say *little* because there really is
 nothing new to report.

She is holding her own.
Her temp is stable.
She is grazing and walking the pasture.
Hay is the only thing she will eat.
Annie is still turning up her nose at grain!
For a filly who will knock you down
to get to her food,
this is
just not Annie!

Tomorrow will be her last IV treatment.
Hopefully we will see her improve each day,
and begin to gain an appetite!

It may be the end of next week
before we have her test results back-

And so we keep watching.
And waiting.
For Annie to give those big
squeals of joy
when we walk into the barn.
For Annie to dive into her
morning *oatmeal*!
For Annie to gallop across her pasture
with such love for her
little filly life!

For Annie to just be Annie,
and do all those silly Annie things that she does!

Annie on her first birthday with a pink bow in her forelock!

Please continue to think of Annie.
I know your prayers and good thoughts are working~
Because it could be so much worse....
Such wonderful comments of love and support
you have left!
I have read them over and over.....
I {heart} each and everyone one of you!


Jeanette said...

You've had a tough week! I hope Annie keeps on improving and gets her appetite back really soon! Poor baby!!

Sydney_bitless said...

What a tough week. What does the vet think it is?

Amy said...

Thanks for the update Misha! We are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers and hoping Miss Annie will be her sweet ol´self in no time!!!
Big hugs from the gang in Norway :-)

Karen said...

Ooh, so glad it hasn't taken a turn for the worse... keep truck'n along, she'll improve daily, I know it. So glad to hear from you...

Donna said...

Annie has been on my mind all week! My husband even asks about her too! He is a horse lover as well :) I am glad that she is out in the pasture and at least eating hay. Hopefully she will back to her normal self and giving you boards to replace. LOL
I know it has been an awful and trying week for you and J. Take care of yourselves as well. Praying for you all!
Please give Annie a HUGE HUG from me!

Laura said...

(((hugs))) and prayers and good thoughts coming from our neck of the woods! Thanks for the update.

texwisgirl said...

i HATE how long it takes to get a prognosis/diagnosis! seems like torture! in the meantime, i'm glad she has stabilized, altho still not herself. at least she's out and about and eating hay. :)

Deb said...

With all of the good care she is getting she's sure to be back to herself in no time. Try not to worry too much (easier said than done).

Still sending good thoughts to TN!

Flat Creek Farm said...

We heart you too! And Annie! Continuing to pray. My thoughts are that Annie may be like us "hoo-mans" when we are sick.. certain things we turn up our noses at until we feel better. Sometimes those instincts are the best - Darling Girl probably *knows* just what she is doing, and maybe just eating hay is for the best right now. Sending lots of hugs and prayers.. and hope Annie eat those oats soon! we'll celebrate!! -Tammy

Hartwood Roses said...

Eating hay and grazing is better than she was. We all worry about Annie right along with you ... thank you for keeping us informed. Prayers still coming your way!

Snappy Di said...

Totally thinking of your sweet Annie and wishing her a full recovery SOON... very SOON!

Hugs to you, Misha.

Beth said...

Keeping my fingers crossed for Annie's health to return so she can eat oatmeal and run and squeal and play.

Rural Revival said...

I can't wait for the next pic showing J replacing boards. Sorry J!

And I know she will, she's full of spunk that girl and one day we'll be saying remember when...

Thinking of all you all day today.

....hhmmm, I just noticed the comment left by The Rampant Colt. Listen to your dad cause dad's are always right. : )

Love you guys!
Auntie Andie
yes, I get called that...Andie that is, by some people, some of the time. : )

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hugs and Prayers for ANNIE--and you, Misha... I can only imagine how hard this is on you... God Bless.

Rain said...

She's so beautiful! Prayers still to you!!

Julie Harward said...

There was more on the news here last nigh...more horses with an equine herpies virus...is it that?

Donna said...

Our animals are like our children, entrusted to us for their care, so I know how worried that you have been! There are a whole bunch of us praying for this little gal and she certainly has her determined spirit going for her! Hahaha, I love the pink bow on her head! Thanks for letting me know about the vet being featured in the upcoming evening news. We will be sure to record and watch it.