Sunday, May 29, 2016

Oh Man It's Been Almost A Month!

Despite he blog silence- lots has been going on!



I've been trailering over about once a week to take lessons, this last week didn't happen but other then that we have been going.



Henry is to the point (knock on wood) that he is pretty broke and all I really do is keep us in shape lol!


I am still LOVING having my horses at home - seriously it's surreal at times! I haven't gotten sick of cleaning stalls or feeding... yet lol!


Henry has been hacking great at home! And I can't get over that this is ours!

We have been doing lots around the property so my tour pics are outdated soooo I need to take some new ones :) So I will work on that this next week and get ya'll a tour!

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  1. I'd be surprised if you get tired of it. I love having my horses at home. I don't think it ever gets old. :)

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    1. Its sooooo nice!! Peace of mind for sure!

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  2. That's so great you are loving your new farm life. I agree you probably won't get sick of it. You either love it or not so if you are loving it it will probably stay that way. It sounds like your place is awesome! Looking forward to tour pictures!

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    1. I love that I can go swap blankets whenever I want, or check waters if it's an extra hot day, or sneak a peek our back if I have a weird feeling!

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  3. So glad to hear that things are going well. Can't wait to see/hear more about the new place.

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    1. Hopefully I will get a tour up this week!

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  4. Happy that you're enjoying having them home! It's the best ever. There have been days when I've not really wanted to go up to feed just out of tiredness, but once I get up there, all worth it. ;) I don't think I'll ever get used to it, or get tired of it. Still seems like a dream!

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    1. It's like a sanctuary to go out and feed or clean stalls- especially at night when the girls are sleeping :)

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  5. I think the only time living with horses gets rough is in really nasty weather when you are all warm and cozy, and have to get out there. But luckily you don't have many to feed, so its a relatively quick job. Holly misses her Boo.

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    1. Yeah thankfully they aren't too far and there aren't too many of them :)

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  6. Henry looks amazing! And so does your property. Maybe horsey sleepovers will have to happen!

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  7. I hate stall cleaning (yay pastures!) but I don't think I"ll ever get tired of feeding

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