Upon arriving we saw that the horse was an underweight Quarter Sorrel mare approximately 10 to 12 years old who was in need of some groceries and yep a good home. She has good feet, sweetness in her eye but hasn't had any formal training... Since we needed to make a decision immediately on an unknown situation, sort of like a crap shoot with a heart beat and knowing she needed work and that though we wish we could help many we could only save one right now. We decided to keep her in our hearts and prayers and hope for the best.
I sure feel this little girl, she is such a sweetie pie and eager to please. I know she is open to learn and I know she's gonna do great! Monkey, the music man and everyone who meets her is smitten.
Saturday we visited Toby's Legacy, a local horse rescue facility where the owner Lisa is doing amazing things for the neglected. Giving a voice to those who need it so desperately. We took snacks and gave lots of hugs and smooches.
our buddy aka muscles :)
Giving some smooches
and more smooches from our visit
It amazes me to see how much we have accomplished in such a short amount of time. If you've been reading along here for the last few weeks you know we have been working non stop around our new place. Well this weekend was no different and we were able to cross a few more things off the "to do" list.
One huge check mark is done next to Chances turn out. The Music man finished it and it's perfect. Seriously perfect! I love it and am so thankful for his hard work and dedication in helping bring him home. I swear we have been busting out all these moves in the hottest days of the entire year.
Change is often scary and we've had so much of it over the last few months but these days are incredible. We all feel such a peace even though the work is hard, a confirmation that we're on the right path indeed.