Woke up to rain
and more wind.
Put the hay under the shed roof
and King Mustafa was in the other run-in.
The ponies were not interested in going outside.
Abbe got a little wet when she wandered over to visit her boyfriend.
Barb helped with chores and I was back in the house before 9.
Made myself one fried egg and an English Muffin.
Fred saw Lizzie's suitcase and knew something was going on.
What a great dog. He was mellow the entire time.
After much conversation, they had to head back to Pennsylvania.
We had a short but very sweet time together.
She and Gary have known each other since kindergarten.
I sure wish she lived around here! Hopefully there will be another visit sooner than later.
Then, it was time for drumming.
Khalid was ready to roll, even tho he has been performing this week with Sankofa.
For the first two hours I played my new drum. Lots to learn.
There were only a handful of us when we started, but ended up with a large group. Jackie (on the left) played my drum and I switched back to my djembe for the 3rd hour. She did a great job drumming in the Sankofa concert last night.
Home a little after 4:30. It was still sprinkling.
The flowers were enjoying it.
A quick supper and out to do chores.
The horses were put back in around 10:30 as the weather was just too crummy. Barb let them out after I went to drumming and reset the stalls for the night feeding. How lucky am I????
Of course all the piggies had a good roll.
Finished up around 7, and it was finally trying to clear up a bit.
Ya see this barn? This morning Seymour climbed up to the beam that runs the length of the peak on the inside. Believe me, that is very high off the ground! I called him and he didn't come down. Figured...he got up there, he could figure it out. Wrong! At 5pm he was still up there. I started hauling ladders around but didn't get anywhere until Gary got home. He set one up on the 2nd floor and was able to stretch it all the way to the top of the barn. Lucky for Seymour.
Now, my lids are having difficulty staying open. Night all.