I started this post at 7:30 and had nothing but trouble with my computer. Now it is 11:45 and I'm still working on it. Booooo.
Each morning Seymour gets more and more adventurous...he has now taught Sidney how to get out of the picket fence.
When we got out to the barn, Sid climbed up on the fan. Fortunately it was not on.
It was cool, clear and perfect for me (and the ponies).
You can count on Gucci getting muddy and wet...if it's out there, she's in it.
The barn provides quit a playground for the kitties. Seymour loves to sit in Berlin's window.
At least it stopped raining...our lawn was getting pretty long and I was not able to mow it until today.
Class started at 10:30. Phoebe and Gucci joined us out in the Workshop.
I can't tell you how great it is to hold my class in this space. The natural light is perfect and there is a very mellow feel.
Tina and Donna were the only two students attending today.
Above, is the colored pencil butterfly that Donna completed today. She will be having cards printed from this drawing.
Below, is Tina's pastel drawing of Bright and DJ. She's almost finished.
Jenny brought up Finn and Coop to groom PC, but first they stopped in the barn to see how Seymour and Sid were doing.
PC loves the attention, and at 31 he deserves it. In spite of his blown up knee, he is full of spirit.
I'm amazed at the way he gets around.
Doesn't he look like a happy boy? I never thought he would make it through last year. He was our first horse and we got him at 20 months old.
When they finished grooming, PC went back out to the pasture with the rest of the herd and the boys went to check out the Workshop.
Grampa is going to get a couple of cots and they are going to camp out there.
We finally got the lawn finished...now we have to get some of the weeds down in several places.
Dinner was delish. A big salad with chicken, grapes, blueberries, peaches, onions and poppy seed dressing.
Barb did chores tonight and I went out to take some pictures. The sun was really throwing out some rays.
We are surrounded by over 100 acres of corn...it is so tall we can't see our neighbors.
The sunset was magnificent!