Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm

Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm
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Monday, September 5, 2011

AS OF POST TIME, IT IS IN THE 50s...

 We got a fair amount of rain last night and it was still coolish and grey this morning.
 The flies were out tho, and I had to put masks on the ponies.  Soaked an wrapped Abbe this morning.  She seems to be slightly better.
 The pergola garden (that I mowed over) has grown in quickly and should look pretty decent for the barn tour.
 Just one of those days...naps were in order.
 I watched a movie (Mother of Mine - Finnish) this afternoon.  Good, but very sad.
Jill had chore duty and we were invited down to Jack and Louise's for dinner.
 Their Kitty was watching us eat through the window.

 I brought a salad with beets, hard boiled eggs and homemade croutons.
 Louise made all kinds of veggies....
 A very healthy meal....



 Followed by one of her decadent desserts.
Home a little after 8, tucked in the ponies and Gary is already snoozing in his chair.  Now it's my turn.
Night all.

8 comments:

  1. I hope Abbe's hoof gets better soon. Still thinking an abscess? That dessert does look divine. I watched a really good movie this afternoon: Ladies in Lavender. At least, I thought it was really good.

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  2. Nice meal. It makes me hungry !

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  3. Hope Abbe's feeling better soon. Great looking meal and even better dessert.

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  4. Siete's got an abscess so I'm soaking and wrapping and booting too. We're getting 3 more inches of rain right now. I'm happy to see that life is good for you and yours - it's always such a pleasure to visit and share your world!

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  5. You sure get invited out a lot. Lots of friends, mm?

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  6. That dessert does look awesome.

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