An ok morning weatherwise. We are supposed to have rain for 4 days in a row, but it didn't happen today until we had a few sprinkles around 6:30pm.
I feel so fortunate to have Moon and Lorrie at the farm. A real pleasure to gab all through chores. She has been so helpful, and Moon is a doll.
As soon as the girls went out to the paddock, Berlin came up to me so I could see her puffed up eye.
Did a quick cold soak and put a mask on her (at that time we had some sun).
At 2pm the horse's dentist arrived. Very fortunate that they have never needed to be tranquilized...as usual, Berlin and Abbe were very cooperative.
Berlin's eye was much improved, but not back to normal...can you see it?
Fortunately, Lorrie came over to occupy Moon (whose teeth were done before she moved here) as she was not to happy to be left out in the pasture.
As soon as Berlin and Abbe were finished, they wanted to find her.
Decided to fill up the big water trough today. As the afternoon wore on, it got colder and colder....no more sunshine.
Look what arrived this afternoon! Don't you love getting something that costs this much and has NO directions? So frustrating. This is going to take some doing....
Jenny came up tonight to try and help me...she has an iPhone and could apply much of what she has learned.
Leftovers for dinner. Fine with me.
Our Art & Aesthetics Committee has been working very hard over the last few weeks to get our auction together.
STONE SOUP'S ON AGAIN!!!!
May 3rd....right after First Friday
7pm in the LGI at the High School.
Help us raise money to install another piece of community art!
Below are two pieces (we have over 50) that will be auctioned off.
One of our committee members happens to create amazing jewelry (that would be Alicia Fink) and she has donated a necklace and earrings to be raffled off the night of our event.
Genuine Turquoise and Fine Silver, a $500 value.
Tickets will cost $1 each or 6 for $5.
I will be posting more items as I have a chance to photograph them.
I hear rain.