Things are going better after my egg debacle last week. I have had several customers come back and request more chicks and now want roosters as well!!!! LOL nothing says satisfied customer like someone later WANTING a rooster!!!
Equine boot camp started yesterday, I rode three horses after 9 months of no riding. I came through it surprisingly well. They all refrained from attempts on my life. I am sore in some super awkward places today though!
In sad news, my Pee Wee passed yesterday. She never was quite right and I consider it a gift to have had her for a year and a half. RIP sweet girl.
So sorry about Pee Wee - what a cutie!
I hear you on the sore in awkward places - DD has returned home for the summer from college and we are going to be getting the horses back into work (I have all but left them to wander the pasture since she left last fall - she put maybe 5 rides on them during visits between then and now). I have a feeling I am going to be feeling some pain in the next few weeks as my old bones and muscles remember what it is like to work a horse. I've tasked her with getting my little mare tuned up with the intent of getting her sold off as I got to the point I was not happy with spending all the $$$ feeding and caring for them all winter long without anyone getting any use out of them. DD's horse will be with us until DD either takes her or decides to let her go - but I just don't have the time, energy or inclination to keep up with doing much more than feeding them on top of everything else I have on my plate and am ready to be down one "hole in the pasture you throw money into".