With conformation shots she's tied in at both knees, has rediculous pasterns (may grow into those though) pigeon toed in the front and calf kneed in the back with a straight shoulder. Right now though? I could care less. I just want her to live.
Good news...I think. I have her up. My friend lives within walking distance and came immediately. It took a few good kicks to the butt as Sharpie said, but with the help of some support she's up. I found an old linen cloth in our shed and made a sort of sling with it and put it under her stomach. With both of us pulling, she made it up and is now standing rather shakily on her feet. I'll try walking her a bit and let her lay down again, then probably try to get her up again in 2 or 3 hours. Its going to be a long night but...fingers crossed. Her legs look like they're about to buckle but she's a determined little thing.