Wednesday, September 16, 2009

He touched me! All by his ownself. Wow. Cool. The detatched, distant, vacant, evasive horse came up with curiousity and sniffed my elbow and brushed against me with his nose and wasn't afraid of the contact. Big stuff.

He still doesn't like it when I touch him though.

And I got stung for a THIRD time today! What the heck? I almost want to hole up in the house and hide from them.


Tracey said...

Oh, man...bees are bad on both sides of the mountain! Sounds like Lea's gotten more than her fair share, and both City Boy and I have been stung this summer, too.

So exciting that Anchor is coming along so well for you!

Kara said...

It's been really fun reading your latest posts!

Linda said...

That's an "interesting" picture of the worms in the manure. I've never actually seen worms in my horse's manure, and I look pretty often. I always thought they must be microscopic or something.

He must be quite a horse for everyone to be thinking they'd like to keep him!

Lea and her Mustangs said...

Oh ick, again. I got stung yesterday again too but not a yello jacket. It just itches today. Nasty icky naughty bad bees.
Its exciting to see how Anchor is doing. He likes you.