Monday, April 30, 2007

30 April 2007

This is a picture taken last year of one of my fillies. Her name is DBD Cookies N Cream and she is lucky enough to have found a fabulous home with a couple that love her to bits and keep me posted on her progress with e-mails and pictures. I know Susan reads my blog so I just want to say thank you to her and Kelvin, it means so much to me to know that my babies are well cared for and loved and to see them in their new homes.

There are never enough hours in the day. I did the chores again this morning and then went up to the hospital to visit Larry. It looks as if he will still be in for a while as the one place on the wound has not healed properly and the doctor wants to fix it in surgery either tomorrow or Thursday, we don't know yet. I managed to get him signed up with the internet today. He has had the laptop all the time but just has not felt like using it. I am glad that he is getting into it again, it will keep him occupied instead of just watching TV, it must drive him nuts. Unfortunately it is a dial up connection but better than nothing. I eventually got home at a quarter after 7 this evening and finished the feeding at about 8.30pm, cooked something to eat and am now just wanting to collapse into bed.

I am so glad that he is feeling so much better just wish he was home, this travelling is killing me and I am just not keeping up with everything that needs to be done.

Thanks everyone for your visits, have a great evening, what is left of it and a better Tuesday. (((((Hugs))))))




Anna said...

What a great picture! I like all the shots with movement you get Lori. I hope that with your husband home that you all have a wonderful, relaxing week...

:) Take care.

Karen said...

What a beautiful photo!

CG said...

She looks like a wild horse running through the water. I hope Larry gets home soon; you sound exhausted you poor girl!

Sending you a HUG and wishing it was something more useful xxx

Rising Rainbow said...

I love this picture of Cookies running through the water. Glad to hear she's got a great home. I know you and I feel the same way about what happens to our horse chldren.

Glad to hear that Larry is feeling better although I must admit when I saw the words "dial-up" I thought, Oh no, hope that doesn't drive him over the edge! ROFL

I am recuperating from the show. Will probably begin the post about it tomorrow.

We actually had reasonable weather during the show, a few sprinkles but nothing enough to dampen anyone's spirits. Last night it began pouring again.

It's going to take me days to catch up!

Anonymous said...

Wow. What a splendid horse. And I am also glad she has a new home and is cared for. These are special animals and deserve it.

Abraham Lincoln
My Theme Day portrait is of the "Peashooter" and the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Hope you like flying.

John Roberts said...

Another one of your great action photos!

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