The three boys had their blood drawn for their health certificates, got their five way vaccine, and the dreaded intranasal strangles vaccine. This vet is super fast, they didn't even know what was coming. I wasn't about to do the strangles vaccine myself this year. I'm not super fast, and it really wasn't fun last year.
Tonka has been feeling a little better the past few days. Not perfect, mind you, but better.
So when Katia expressed an interest in riding him I thought it wouldn't be too much to ask. They didn't ride long or hard. You can see in the photos that he's holding his tail up, which isn't his normal way of traveling.
But they had fun together. And I was so proud of both of them.
Do you think it could mean anything, how far he parks out to pee?
(Poor Katia thought that was so weird!)
After we rode, Katia told me, "Everyone else complains about their parents. But I don't really have anything to complain about. You guys are great." Oh my gosh, tearjerker! I don't really have anything to complain about with my daughter either. :D
And... I've decided not to sell Scout! I feel really good about it. John says we really don't have to sell any of them. That makes me happy.