PS- Work has really picked up lately, leading to some late nights and less free time. Hooray for promotions! But I pinky promise that I’ll be much more active once I’m over this hump. Missing all you lovely people, and can’t wait to catch up on all your recent adventures.
A thousand apologies for my recent radio silence- my brother got married this past weekend so I’ve been traveling a bunch for that and then spending several days recovering. Check out #kelleygetsacarr on Insta if you wanna see a beautiful wedding!!! I should be returning to my regularly scheduled programming as of now. Can’t wait to catch up with all of you!
The pro pics from our most recent show have been posted! They’re all posted here, just scroll down and look for the happy girl on the big white unicorn beast:
Do you see all those cute little ponies?!?!?! I loved scrolling through and sqeeing over them. I’d love to buy a couple pics (of me and Addy specifically, no matter how much I love the ponies), do you have a favorite you think we should get?
PS- if it asks you to sign in to view the pics and you don’t feel comfortable giving out your info, feel free to put mine instead- you can find my email address on my “Contact” page up top.
Back to our regularly scheduled programming tomorrow! Had an absolutely insanely incredible time up in RI with family, but Addy hasn’t been ridden for a week and we’re heading to a hunter show this Saturday…because that seemed like a great idea. Stay tuned!
PS- I’m still in the process of responding to comments, but I can’t express to you just how happy I was to read all of your encouragement and positivity yesterday. I should’ve known that my blog people would be the best. Seriously, thank you from the bottom of my heart for being the wonderful supportive people that you are. I’m one lucky girl to have a tribe like you all. I raise a Dorito to you as a toast.
PPS- The farrier came out and Addy’s feet look 1000x better! He said he sees this type of thing happen a lot this time of year with the new grass, changing ground conditions, heavier workload, etc. and said that he would keep a close eye and trim more often since her feet are growing so fast. He said glue-ons or going barefoot are options if we want, but he wasn’t concerned about the health of her feet- any weaknesses were superficial and looked worse than they really were. Big sigh of relief. I’m still going to chat with Owner Lady about any other steps we can take to make sure Beastly maintains her nice healthy tootsies. Thank you all for the amazing information!! It was beyond helpful and I feel like I could actually carry on a knowledgeable conversation about hoof health.
PPPS- I like to think I’m moderately talented at a variety of things. Keeping the “wordless” in “wordless wednesday” is not one of those things.
PS- my internet has been wonky for a few days so I’m a little behind, but I’ll be rejoining you as soon as it’s fixed!