Monday, February 28, 2022

Come Go With Me

Whoa!  It was really cold this morning.

Little Wonder finally woke up and....
we went out for morning chores.
Seamus and the Rebel had their hay in the sunshine.

Even tho it was freezing, the sun made it feel pretty darn good.

Did a little clean up and got everything set up for
our rehearsal today.
Little Wonder knew there was someone new in the crowd and he ended up in the kitchen with Gary.
We were joined by Greg K. on drums.  What a difference.

I have evening chore duty every night now and I've got it down to a science.  These two are making it very easy.

By the time I finished, the sunset was gorgeous.

Doug joined us for leftover corn chowder, salad and conversation.
Night all.


Sunday, February 27, 2022

Correction. It's Seamus, not Shamus.

Quite a day.  Cold, windy, snow squalls, a little sunshine, Angel and Elliott left for their new digs and I made some corn chowder.

Sidney is putting some weight on his leg now, and still loves hanging out in the house much of the time.
I'm going to miss being greeted by Elliott and Angel each morning.

The person trailering them arrived around 10 and it took a very long time to load.
Karen's boyfriend was here to help and he was terrific considering it was his first experience watching the process.

After an hour and a half,  all of a sudden Angel decided to get on and boom!  Elliott joined her.  Karen said they arrived at their new home safe and sound.
Seamus and Rebel now had the run of the place.  I was happy to see the sun for a short time.

The highlight of Little Wonder's day was hanging out by the fire.  I was out there from 7:30 - 11:30 and he stayed with me for 2 1/2 of those hours.

When I finally got back in the house I took a breather and then made a big pot of corn chowder.

In the meantime, Sidney spent hours on the bed.

Before evening chores we had another burst of sunshine.....
and Sidney was still on the bed....
I removed a gate that was on the end of Rebel's stall and set it up differently.  Now it's 8 feet longer.  When he went in for dinner he checked out the addition and then started eating...
Seamus toured the entire area before finally going into his stall.

Chores would have taken me around 15 minutes if I had not rearranged the feed room.

A salad and soup was very satisfying for dinner.

Of course there was some color in the sunset just before dark.
Night all.