Whew, just got back from the hospital . . .my DH was out setting up 2 x 4's to lay along the top of the barn roof to get ready to lay the roof. . .we had high winds today, and he is a hard head and even if I would have said it might be a good idea NOT to mess with the barn today, he would have done what he wanted anyway! The wind toppled one of the 2 x 4's, which of course came down on his head. It split his forehead open from the temple to the center of his forehead. He was dazed but knew enough to get into his truck and drive back up to the house. I was on the computer working and our 9 year old was doing math, when this bloody mess come staggering into the front door.I do try sooooo hard not to panic, but a couple of OMG's did escape before I could stop them. Got him a towel, got DS dressed (he was chillin' in his boxers) and out the door we went. Seventeen stitches later he was showing the signs of a heck of a shiner and no brain damage from the CT scans. They did keep him overnight, as he is on massive amounts of medications for his conditions, for which I was very grateful.DD drove 25+ miles with her two girls to help me, because he was so intent on getting into the house he forgot to shut the gate and the girl Alpacas got into the pasture with the BOY Alpacas, and boy did we have a breeding free for all. . .one of GP's escaped, but he came right back in when we called, so I had to come home as soon as I knew what they were doing with h im, and get the sexes back in their respective pastures. Have to deal with the possibility of illegal babies tomorrow. . .I don't think I have too much to worry about, because two of them were pregnant and didn't let the boys near them, and if the other two got bred, then an ultrasound will tell the tale in a month or so. Wasn't what I had planned for my breeding program, but will work it out. I think I am going to bed.