After our night of drinking and fun on Saturday, I awoke with a headache at 8:30 am and found that sis had disappeared. I later found out that she went over to her old man’s house at 6:00 am. I took some medicine for my headache and went back to bed.
I woke up again at about 1:00 pm when the dog barked. Sis had been home once already, but had gone back out for groceries. I went into the living room and opened the front door. As I went to open the screen door for her, she yelled, “No! Don’t let [the dog] in!” Too late. The dog, a Great Dane who we’ll call She-Ra, came bursting in. As soon as She-Ra got inside sis yelled, “No! She’s bleeding!” By that time she had left a trail of blood from the living room into my sister’s bedroom. So much for our security deposit.
We got a hold of She-Ra and tried to hold her still so we could see where all the blood was coming from. Sis found a tiny cut on her right back leg. Sis said that a vein must have been hit because she had never seen so much blood come out of such a small wound. We did the best we could to wrap it up with a washcloth and some horse wrap that I got out of the horse trailer.
While sis held She-Ra still as best she could, I got to work on scrubbing the blood out of the carpet. It looked like a crime scene. If anyone had come in at that moment they would have certainly thought that we had just killed someone and had hidden the body. I scrubbed and scrubbed, but it didn’t seem to be doing much good.
Sis was still holding She-Ra down and as long as she Continue reading