Pat me on the back. I went to see a horse. Okay, there was a snowball’s chance in summer that anything would come of it, but I entertained the possibility. A friend told me that the local animal shelter had a horse for adoption. I went because a) Mark Todd says you should go lookContinue reading “Shopping, Sorta”
The framing is cattywumpus & I’ve already done a bath shot [Summer], but I love the look on Rodney’s face.
Yeah! Mathilda stayed out grazing for almost an hour & a half. Previously, 45 minutes was her limit before the backend began to drift. I would have waited longer but it was closing in on breakfast. Snaps to Ernest Cline for making Level Three of Ready Player One almost as relentless as the southern sun.Continue reading “Being Happy”
Want a book, or two, or six? Over the last few weeks, I have accumulated a growing stack of books that were read at the barn during Mathilda’s rehab. Usually, I trade books through Paperback Swap but these are too abused. Covers folded back to hold with one hand. Bite marks where Rodney took anContinue reading “Barn Books”
Apologies for the cryptic post yesterday [CAST!]. On Saturday morning, Hubby was greeted by Mathilda flat out on her side. He’d heard her kicking at the stall, so he knew she was awake. She has rolled over and gotten herself stuck. In hindsight, it only took a few minutes and some maneuvering to get herContinue reading “Debriefing”
Mathilda (horse) has taken an aversion to Lady (dog). Before, she had left the dog hassling to Previous Horse, who had a zero-tolerance dog policy. Now, Mathilda has taken up PH’s mission of keeping the field clear of dogs. Therefore, while Mathilda has been unsteady in her back end, Lady has been confined to herContinue reading “Surprise Attack”
The Equine Land Conservation Resource won the 2012 American Horse Publications‘s Equine Industry Vision Award, presented last weekend at a breakfast hosted by Pfizer Animal Health [more payback]. Equine Land Conservation Resource “is an educational and networking resource for horsemen and communities. Since all land is saved locally, we provide the information horsemen need toContinue reading “Somebody Else’s Problem. Worthy Cause II”