News and photos from our Miniature Horse and Tunis Sheep farm are published here as well as on our websites at www.unicornerfarm.com and www.tunis-sheep.com. We love our minis and we think you will too. We added some pretty red-headed sweeties to the farm...a flock of registered Tunis sheep. We also have a Quarter Horse mother and daughter and a draft "rescue" mare. Three curious llamas round out the big animals. And last but not least, two inside cats and two outside!
Well, we are home finally and getting kind of back to normal, I will try to go in to work this afternoon. I went by for about an hour yesterday while I was in town to grocery shop and pick up meds for Bob. Lots to catch up on but I guess it is a blessing that business is slow right now.
Bob had a great report from the doctor. Though the polyp was malignant, no other tissue was affected, lymph nodes were clear too. So that means no other treatments, HALLELUJAH! He will have another colonoscopy in one year. And the Dr. recommended family members get checked as soon as possible.
This is the drawing of the colon ressection, the red dot was the polyp and the left area in the circle was all removed, at least he doesn't have an appendix anymore. ;-)