April Newsletter 2020
Life at Crow Moon Healing has shifted for a time as we, along with the world, navigate a new normal, and yet, the heart of Crow Moon Healing remains the same.
The farm animal friends still require attention. William got a new pen structure in the garage so that he feels safe when there are noises he doesn’t understand. The vet confirmed that as our piggy matures he may become less social. With the pen, William can choose to roam free in the yard, but he also has the option of quarantining himself to his private room if he doesn’t feel social. Marianne, the chicken is his faithful friend and he gladly shares his space with her.
Alfred, the steer, is a year old and he’s full of piss and vinegar. Alfred’s always been playful, but at 800 pounds, it can be dangerous, so we’ve been working on halter training. Molly, his nanny goat walks with us and has no problem putting her huge protege in his place. Alfred loves attention, especially cookies and neck scratches.
We’re getting started on a two-acre pasture in hopes of possibly welcoming a new arrival, a horse. I haven’t met Bella yet but I’ve been told that she loves attention. Adding her to the Crow Moon Healing crew will be an adjustment, but my hope is that we all will benefit from her perspective.
The grass in the field is getting green and Fred has the tractors, mower and other equipment oiled and ready for another year of harvesting hay.
We’ve got projects waiting in the wings, a lower level patio area with a fire pit, sprucing up the upper deck, a new metal roof and hopefully a freshly painted front door.
We look forward to the time when people are free to enjoy traveling once again. Until then, we at Crow Moon Healing wish you health and well being!
Karen Mcintosh - Crow Moon Healing Owner & Operator