Wonderful, wonderful day! They did not find any cancer other than in the breast and the nodes, which we already knew. So she is still in stage 3 cancer, not stage 4. Her doctor told her as long as she's in stage 3, they can cure her. My sister said she's going to hold her to that. :) She was crying with joy. Scared me for a minute, not knowing what was being said on the other end of the line. But it was a good cry, not a bad cry.
Today I rode Camria. I'm coming to terms with the fact that I need to start calling her by her new name. She is really having trouble getting comfortable with someone moving around on her back. But then, she has a bunch of welts on her back right now from fly bites. She was having trouble before the flies though. It's been a couple weeks since she's had any work at all, and she did well, picked up right where she left off. I think I'm going to keep riding her for my sister until she finds out if there's a spot open with Kyya Grant, a trainer who works with Mark Rashid. I think that would be the best place for her to go right now, so I hope she has a slot open.
Hmmm... I'm pretty tired, can't really come up with much else to talk about. Started school clothes shopping today. I can't believe it's almost time for school again! And the combines are out harvesting. There's nothing like the sight of a big huge combine harvesting in the dusk with its lights on. Powerful.