Today has been a very emotional day. We had taken our dog to the vet for bloodwork and chest X-rays. We waited for about 20 minutes and the bloodwork came back good. We left her to get the X-ray done because it was going to take a couple of hours.
When I got home I started reading The Biography of St. Francis.
I had gotten extremely drowsy and just could not keep my eyes open. I woke up a little bit later and looked at the security camera to see all these crows. There were no less than 15 crows.
I watched them for a minute or two and got a text from my wife for me to stop by.
I had gone back through the camera footage and these crows arrived about 20 minutes prior to me leaving and once I left they had not returned at all.
As I drove down the street all of these crows flew across the road in front of me.
I have never seen crows around the food or birdbath before. I have seen a few common grackles before and their yellow eyes are very noticeable, these are crows.
The news was that the chest X-ray showed a very aggressive cancer in her lungs and that her time remaining was very short.
She will soon be with Sarah again, but for now we will enjoy the time we have left with her.