Tuesday, September 04, 2012

 Here are some photos of better times, because it makes me smile.

(He was such an ugly duckling!)


See his shining heart, and crown of glory?
This horse has been such an incredible gift.


arlene said...

I have been busy all day and just read this. I'm so worried. He's in the best place at W.S.U. When the right horse comes along it's really special and I know how you love him.

I'm leaving the country tomorrow for 6 weeks and might not be able to get on line. I'll have Brad or William check your blog and give me updates over the phone. I wish there was something I could do. Hang in there..he's in good hands.

Anonymous said...

I'm so sorry for you and your poor fellow - you did the right thing to take him there.

Anonymous said...

That comment belonged with your last post - I love the beautiful pictures of him.

Cindy Durham said...

Oh Andrea, Those are wonderful pics, and he does have a shining heart. I have never had to leave my horse with anyone before, but I have my dog, so I can relate. It is hard I know, but it is also the right decision. I can feel your helplessness and share it with you. I will check in later to see if there is any news.
Come on Buddy, you can pull through this.

Judi said...

Beautiful pictures of a beautiful horse. I am hoping so much that this story will have a happy ending. He is a very special horse.

Author of "Trail Training for the Horse and Rider" and "Trail Horse Adventures and Advice"