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Ok, I am not fully recovered from the surgery, there is still a small open spot, but I have full range of motion etc. The report was inconclusive, I guess when the cist ruptured, there just was not enough to test or something, so I just have to keep an eye on things and make sure it doesn't grow back .

I am still in training, but it seems to be going mostly well. Getting used to standing on my feet for a long time again. although I feel like I can barely walk after 7 hours.

I thought of another goat question... My schedule is rather...unpredictable...it rotates. Not that I want to work in the coffee shop forever, but if I do end up here when I have goats,. I am wondering how I could manage it. Is there anyone who has/had a job where they had something like this and how do/did you handle it?

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Comment by Deborah Niemann-Boehle on December 26, 2009 at 9:26pm
You just need to work around your schedule. As long as you can feed and milk them twice a day, roughly 12 hours apart, it works out.
Hope your recovery continues!

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