I would feel bad about being so behind on posting things, but things on the horse front have been pretty quiet! I did have another lesson two weeks ago (and one yesterday that I hope to actually WRITE about), but between the weather and work, the horses have had some extra time off. Totally normal in February, so it is what it is. Things at work have been nuts because I got a new job - its one I've actually been sort of working towards since December and it's taken AGES to finalize (and will take even longer for the raise to actually hit my paycheck, lolz), but it's definitely eating up a TON of brainpower as I try to onboard. So. Content might be light for a hot minute. Or longer, haha.
Anyway. So I don't get further behind when I DO have content, last Friday was my annual vet visit. Luckily, not TOO many unhappy surprises.
|Still the handsomest, even toothless.|
|Just add it to my TOOTH COLLECTION ffs Jack.|
I've been FB friends with the main vet for many years so we got to chatting about my tack shed and she wanted to see it in person, so after they got all packed up we trooped out to see it (one of the students seemed stunned by all my bridles and browbands lol). She was also so kind about complimenting our property and all the improvements (since she's been coming out for the better part of a decade) and how we care for the horses - it's definitely not fancy in any way shape or form, but I feel like our place is reasonably functional (except those damn dry lots, that might be a summer 2023 project!). I'm sure they see the gamut of properties, from little holes in the wall to palatial stables, so it's nice to have somewhere sort of in the middle lol.