Now just the white arount the top. Whatever it is called. The house doesn't even resemble out house. I am so pleased with it. Makes me want to leap for joy.
Amelia contented in her own little pasture shared with two billy goats that belong to a friend. They are eating the weeds. She is so happy over there with lots to eat. She still looks a little thin but is gaining and filling out.
She looks a little bored with me taking her picture. She gets her Senior feed every day and thought I was bringing it to her.
Her ribs are still visible but not sticking out. Doesn't she have a pretty mane. Dr. Doolittle, she loves you.
Today was a rather eventful day. It started off awful. First, I went out on the four wheeler to get the horses in. I usually leave the gate open and the horses have always gone to water first so I just can zip out and close the gate. Not this morning, they saw an open gate and they all went straight for it and out they were. I was so glad Steve was here working on the back of the house. Igot a couple in and he sent the others my way and I got them in. Ditto as usual when you yell at her she heads for her stall and hides in the corner. I got her and put her in. Guess I won't do that again.
THEN I went to check on the fish that I bought yesterday and put into the cow tank. The ground was wet with dew. I leaned over to look into the tank and whack, the electric fence got me on the top of the head and knocked me off my feet. I twisted my foot when I went down. I hate that. I assume the fish are fine. I have taken all day to get my wits really about me. A blast to the top of ones head is not fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
However, later I went into town and had my yearly eye exam and I don't have to have glasses. Just over the counter readers. Yeah. Haveing the cataracts removed and the implants put into my eyes was one of the best decisions I have made.
Remember: It is far better to forgive and forget than to resent and remember. Anonymous