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Miss Victoria: Neighbors still help neighbors in Greater Bliss

If Greater Bliss hasn't seemed the same lately, it's because Miss Vicky has been recovering from a bout with a rare ingrate on her place, which required a trip to UK for surgery to fix her broken arm. Now she's back, grateful for all the help her neighbors have given, and grateful that Greater Bliss is still a place where neighbors help neighbors.
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By Miss Victoria Browning Pike
News from Greater Bliss & New Columbia

The girls at Miss Vicky's Pampered Angus Ranch are all separated from the gentlemen are enjoying a sunny afternoon searching out every inch of their new found pasture right across from major developments in New Columbia.

Sadly to say. it's time for the gentlemen to go to market while the girls await new homes as cows on some lucky farmers' spread(s).



They sure are glad to have their caretaker back after an unfortunate accident in a feed trough three weeks ago.

While I was pouring out feed I was bumped from behind and lost my balance.

I hit the ground on my elbow and when I dusted myself off, realized my arm was hanging down beside my leg.

Long story short: whirlwind trip to UK emergency room.

Two days later, surgery to fix my broken arm.

Thanks to many great neighbors and friends, the crew didn't miss a meal.

That's how I was brought up, neighbors helping neighbors in a time of crisis.

Thank you to all those who came by to help or offered their help.

I'm not 100 percent yet and still have to have some help with feeding, but I'm well on my way. No driving Miss Mahindra, had taken some restraint, but didn't want to fall and break something again; but that day is soon coming for me and Miss Mahindra to once again hit the road.

Again thanks for all the cards, calls, and help I have received in the last three weeks.

The girls and I are most appreciative. - Vicky Browning Pike


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Residents of Miss Vicky's thankful for neighbors



2018-03-04 - Miss Victorias Pampered Angus Ranch, Greater Bliss, KY - Photo by Miss Vicky Pike Browning.
The girls all separated from the gentlemen are enjoying a sunny afternoon searching out every inch of their new found pasture right across from major developments in New Columbia. - Vicky Browning Pike

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Miss Vicky: Thankful to be back up and recovering



2018-03-04 - Miss Victorias Pampered Angus Ranch, Greater Bliss, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Miss Vicky writes after getting back on the ranch after a farm accident put her in UK Medical Center: "Thank you to all those who came by to help or offered their help.

I'm not 100 percent yet and still have to have some help with feeding, but I'm well on my way. No driving Miss Mahindra has taken some restraint, but didn't want to fall and break something again; but that day is soon coming for me and Miss Mahindra to once again hit the road. - Miss Victoria Browning Pike

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