Grounded, but not for much longer

Amazing.  I took the last two weeks of the year off work … and haven’t thrown a leg over a horse during that entire time.  Pre-Christmas chaos and a post-Christmas bout of the flu conspired to wreck my plans of extra lessons and focused rides.

I finally made it out to the barn tonight – I’m still far from 100% –  and got a warm reception from Maddie, who was happy to hang out and submit to lots of ear-rubs and forehead scratches while her bucket of “mare mush” — a generous scoop of beet pulp topped off with alfalfa cubes – soaked.  I fed her, finished grooming, and poked a few more carrots down the hatch for good measure.  I’m away for the weekend, but am determined to be back in the saddle on Monday.

I swear, if I’m grounded this long anytime soon, it better be because I’m in Europe or something equally worthwhile.

Mads keeps an eye on things. Christy took this picture earlier this year.

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2 Responses to Grounded, but not for much longer

  1. Ugh, best laid plans and all that. Sorry for the derail-I know from experience how frustrating that is. Better luck next year!

  2. Liz says:

    Being grounded SUCKS!!!!!

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