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Hey Everyone,

It’s April 21st the day before Earth Day, and I have been having some obscure technical problems this week, which I do always tell guests, there’s a reason for that and the right interviews are going to happen when the right listeners are listening, because I did have to cancel a few interviews. But for the first time in over a week, I was able to record a guest today.
That being said, I just wanted to jump in with a very sad, but quick announcement… the worst thing that probably could have happened happened and something got my sheep. All of them. It happened so quick it seems. I haven’t had time to react or digest the whole thing yet.
So, I just felt like I had to say something. Watch out for predators. I guess! If you have any livestock… In the meantime, I am struggling to come a vegan, but I’m certainly struggling with that if anyone wants to join me on that journey, I’m not sure if it’s going to be a success or not. I haven’t been one to date for a reason… because that’s a big challenge for me. Sorry for the sad news. Mike and I are both more then heartbroken and just frustrated to say the least. We thought they were happy here and just doing so well, they made it through the whole winter… and now we’re trying to figure out how we could ever build some kind of predator safe pen that they would like…IDK… it’s too soon to figure out…
But in the meantime, I have done some great interviews, I have a couple lined up today and some I’ve done and yet to publish I hope you like. I hope you get out tomorrow and enjoy some nature. I know I’m teaching so excited to share some an earth day project with some first graders tomorrow!
And wishing you all the best. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news…

About the author, Jackie Marie

I'm an artist and educator. I live at the "Organic Oasis" with my husband Mike where we practice earth friendly techniques in our garden nestled in the mountains of Montana.

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