Notes on My Father

Frank William Larsen, 1909 – 1993 D. E. Larsen, DVM My father’s early life was difficult at its best. He grew into an exceptional father for having grown up without a father. He rarely spoke of his early life. And when he did, he only told stories in small snippets. It took me well overContinue reading “Notes on My Father”

The Dreaded Pox

D. E. Larsen, DVM “Gary, let me look at that sore again,” Mom said to my brother as he was getting ready for school one Spring morning. Gary had a blister-like sore that had developed on the back of his hand. After a couple of days, it had scabbed over and was not bothering himContinue reading “The Dreaded Pox”

My First Sick Cow

D. E. Larsen, DVM My early memories from childhood are still vivid in my mind and go back to my third year, and maybe earlier. My older brother, who never seems to recall much of those days, will often disagree with my memory once I mention something. That said, this is my memory and myContinue reading “My First Sick Cow”