Thought it was going to be a rainy day.
But no! The sun appeared and it ended up being gorgeous.
Chester and Jill came in the house after chores and we waited for the farrier to arrive.
He got here a little after 9:30 and all the girls behaved perfectly.
By the time he left, the temperature was up there....I think we got up to 67.
It was so nice, I decided to set up the studio. It's never been so warm at this time of the year.
Class started at 1:30 and all were happy to be out there.
Hey Sara, Tina is working on something that might become part of your "draw a sheep challenge."
This is the view from the studio.
Spent the afternoon setting up the back porch and talking on the phone.
Gary had a meeting tonight so we ate dinner early.
A new salad and leftover pasta (we're pretty good about leftovers).
I did not even go out to do chores until 7pm. The setting sun told me it was about time.
All three horses had rolled....of course.
Got the mud off them and said goodnight.