A month after the fact it's easier to think about. But I will tell you that Blair's being flogged by our rooster scared me to death. Forget being a nurse; I was terrified.
I was right there. Right next to her. I just didn't snatch her up in time. It was like slow motion. I knew it was happening. All i had to do was reach down and grab her, but I couldn't do it fast enough.
And this is what we ended up with. He hit her right on the nose. And I was right behind her - she was right in front of my legs. I know we're blessed it wasn't worse.
It happened, it's over, she's fine, and we have no more rooster.
Now when I post my beach pictures, you'll know the whole story behind the eyes. I can't tell you how many people stared and asked. And when I told them, they said, "What?!" and really started listening.