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.
I am sooo ready for mud, bring it on:!ReplyDelete
Oh, admit it. You're going to miss Lexi when she goes home. How can you not when she snuggles up to you, batting her big, doe eyes?ReplyDelete
Aww how sweet! I love a horse that enjoys being groomed! it is so satisfying.ReplyDelete
After today's adventures in shoveling ice and snow, I am more than ready to embrace a little melt and mud. Let's hope it's a slow, steady thaw...ReplyDelete
Awww it's going to be so sad to see her go!! I'm glad your enjoying her for the moment.ReplyDelete