I know that this means that there will be mud but right now I'm okay with that.
(feel free to remind me of that when I start complaining later)
Other signs includes shedding. Yesterday when I brought in Lexi and Irish I saw that they both managed to somehow get dirty rolling. They must have pawed out a patch in the snow. I gave them both a good groom. It's easier to stay in the barn when it's not frigid.
Today it was in the double digits. When I came home I began to make sure that there are trenches for the run off of melting snow and ice. I then brought in the horses. Irish was nice and clean but Lexi was even dirtier than yesterday. I fed them and carried on with my
I noticed that she was keeping her eyes on me with a bright expression. I went over to say hi and she snuggled in to me.
In case you haven't noticed, I am awfully muddy.
Yes I see that
I really should be cleaned
She batted her doe eyes at me.
So I brought her out and gave her a thorough clean. She stood stock still absorbing the attention. As I gently brushed her face she took her head and snuggled into me. I rubbed her ears and she purred.
It's a good thing that she's going home soon.