Now that you've had some brain protein, here's dessert ;-)
kinda derpy but LOOK, her very first own tack
(halter bridle, padded breastcollar & reins by Distance Depot)
Electric royal blue is her color <3
Sheza has been working the mature angle lately and she couldn't move through
her willies to answering all my requests correctly quickly enough.
sometimes she almost rolls her eyes at me,
"Yeah, see, watch me do it perfectly, what ELSE mom"
On Sunday my husband dropped me at one end of the trails and picked me up
with a picnic at the other end. Perfection!
Scrap was forward & went well in the Kimberwick on snaffle setting
started on the cold side with ice in the puddles
let's go climb that!
12 barefoot miles later made it to the sunny side
quick toe roll with the rasp at home and BOY did his feet look pretty
gorgeous January sunrise, as the full moon set behind me
The humans must work tending the herd too, so yesterday pm we
drilled holes & cemented in a few new fence posts to replace ones gone wibbly.
that didn't take long
Rory was predictably helpful while Scrappy cared not and Sheza hid behind Scrappy
Rory is rather like a seventh dog--she's got a nose for trouble rather like a Doxie, too!
My beefy 3 yr old princess! Sheza didn't check things out til the tractor and
tools were well away, with proper haat girl dignitysolo guide business; undeniably, the grounded country girl in me wakes early, eagerly, sipping hot tea as the sun rises over herd and heart, and is content.