Guess who's bill of sale I'm currently holding in my hand?!?!?!
The answer was YES. Thank you so so so much everyone, for your thoughts and prayers. The past week has been the most stressful one I've had in a while with all of the suspense, but project Kenzie is finally starting to look up! I now officially have say over what happens to my baby girl and I am over the moon. Now all I need to plan is getting Kenzie from one point to the other, and I'm pretty sure its already covered!
Wow wow wow. I think I'm in shock. Now, whether I keep Kenzie or rehome her, I can decide where she goes, what care she gets, how she is trained. I was super worried at first this morning when I got to the farm because BO was in quite the mood, but thankfully the day went well and she had gotten into a much better mood by noon when I popped the question. I think she had figured out with my nerves that I was scheming something, because when I asked if I could ask them for something, she gave me a look that could only be described as baleful, and she held it the entire time I ran through my monologue xD I was SO sure she was going to say no. But then she just shrugged her shoulders nonchalantly and goes "Sure. Hand me the money, I need hay." WHEW! It was a little harder to convince her that we needed a bill of sale but she finally gave in. She didn't have the coggins on hand though, so I'm going to have to get that from her Monday.
Kenzie and I celebrated with a trail walk. I didn't have a horse available to pony her today so this was her first walk without a 'guide horse' but she did great! She got pretty 'snorty' and alert half way through when she realized she didn't really know where she was and there were no other horses, but still behaved herself and minded my space, didn't try to spook or bolt, and actually wanted to move TOWARDS things that scared her, so I was pretty proud :)
Everyone in your life is meant to
be in your journey, but not all of
them are meant to stay till the end.