kidney infection. Though I must admit, it's feeling better this evening so maybe the worst has past. I was doing a bit better but then felt yucky again yesterday. Go back to the doctor next week
for a check up and see if it's better then.
I have loads of photos to share with you all. I am actually quite pleased with many of them.
First, though, I want to share with you a bit of excitement that happened the other evening.
My husband and I were sitting down watching television when he sits up straight and says: "Baby, is that a horse?" Sure enough, a
rogue horse was walking up our driveway. She was blanketed and harnessed but clearly very lost. I jumped up and grabbed my coat and boots and trotted out to see her.
By the time I got to her, two of my other neighbors had come as well. She was such sweetheart of a horse. So gentle and loving and very pregnant. She's lucky she didn't break her leg crossing the frozen river and coming up that steep snowy and icy hill she climbed to get to our side of the river.
One of my neighbors pulled out some rope and tied her to my other neighbor's old playscape. She was incredibly gentle. We got some apples, carrots and sweet corn for her.
Her people showed up for her after about an hour. Turns out her mate had been with her but we could not find him anywhere. I was so worried about him I hardly slept at all that night. I kept a lookout to see if he would show up.
The next morning my neighbor popped by to let me know that the male horse had gone back home during the night. Thank goodness. I have no idea how he saw his way back as it was pretty darned dark that night. I'm just thankful they are both safe and sound and back at the barn.
Beautiful, isn't she. Love those eyes.
Well, that may be why I ended up feeling so yucky yesterday. Spending so much time out in the freezing cold with no hat or gloves on. But it was so worth it to meet this sweet beauty and spend sometime with her.
Well, now I'll be quiet and share some photos from this mornings outing around the yard. Enjoy! (Yes, I was back out in the cold this early morning, but I bundled up really, really good this time. I swear I did. ahh... ahhh... aaaaachooooo! Just kidding.)
|This is where the deer come through every single morning and night. They have worn a path right|
through the snow.
Well, that's about it for me. I best be gettin' over to your blogs for some visiting time!
Hugs and love and Blessings,