I thought this week was endless. Some good things but just alot for one week. Sequoia finally left today. The other deal fell through at the last minute but he went today to 2 young girls who are so excited they can hardly stand it. He walked right into the trailer without a look goodbye. It was hard to hug and kiss him goodbye. He has been a great pony for us. He will love the little girls. She e mailed me earlier this evening that they arrived home just fine and he already had purple ribbons in his mane.
Kiyanna is doing well and our daughter is doing well. I can take a deep breath now and relax.
It is raining here and has been all afternoon and this evening. I am not a fan of rain but maybe it will help this snow to leave. We will be full of mud and water but the grass won't start to grow until the snow is gone. And the sooner the grass grows, the sooner the horses and cows will have pasture to eat and mosy around in.
Our Inland Empire Mustang Horse Club meets this next Thursday at Perkins at Argonne and Mission in the Spokane Valley. We will be talking alot about Mustang Days which is the last weekend of June at Valley Mission Arena at Mission and Bowdish. Saturday will be Come Meet our Mustangs. There will be mustangs to meet, pet, owners to talk to, some forsale and some for adoption. On Sunday there will be an Open Schooling Show. There will be open classes as well as mustang only classes. There will be awards for each class and then for the High Point Mustang and the High Point Open horse there will be engraved silver Belt Buckles. There will be no charge to come watch and please pray for a nice weekend. Last year it poured rain, not just rain, it poured.
Hope your week is filled with joy and love.