On our way out of town for a few days, we were able to stop by the barn to check in on Laz to/from.
He's doing well, I wonder if he was able to say his own quiet 'good bye' in the night when Justin was laid to sleep nearby before he was picked up the next day.
It was a quiet, still, starry and clear night, so I hope so...
Christmas morning, the barn owner sent me these two images;
It was exactly what I needed. A smile and a laugh.
Camel lips, hmmm seems someone smelled a candy cane!
On Christmas Day, I was so grateful to be able to stop mid day for some Christmas hugs
Lots of both.
We both needed them
Laz got a new saddle pad from BOT which I thought would be great for winter riding.
Black licorice which has become his new favorite thanks to E introducing it to him ;) and a Blue Ribbon from OTTB Designs. I think Laz deserves a blue ribbon for just being his awesome self and my wonderpony
Today, I went out early in the morning and put on his winter blanket. We are supposed to have 25 mph winds and 4-6" of snow so I thought he could use the extra protection despite his thick coat.
The herd has seemed to actually come together a bit closer, sensing they lost an important one.
If weather cooperates I hope to get Laz out for a change of pace mentally and physically.
And of course Mason channeled his inner wolf and enjoyed his barn romp with having a three day hiatus
Thanks for the kind comments on my last post.
It helps so much to vent on my blog and to read words of encouragement.