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    12-28-2012, 09:18 PM
Lots jingles for her coming from the frozen prairies. I am hoping she continues to pull through.
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    12-29-2012, 07:12 PM
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As requested, I have photos! They're all about the same since they're from a photographer (amateur) but I got some on my phone as well that show her in her stall, laying down- as well as without her blanket and of her bad legs. I'm going to attemp to get them uploaded but I'm not sure how. My phone didnt come with any sort of cable for the computer or anything.

Kenzie is doing absolutely wonderful today. Stood for a full 45 minutes this morning and stood to eat her lunch as well. I'm so proud of her. She's still wobbly but still fever free and very much alert! I think I'm even seeing some spark in her eye and I'm starting to uncover her personality. She kept spooking every time that she put her head into the feed bucket when she had the chain lead rope on, silly girl xD I eventually had to attach it up by her cheek in order for her to eat. She even got to go on an 'adventure' up to the front of our land today (only about 100 m but the furthest that she's walked so far! So proud.) and see the sights. She badly wanted to go talk with the ponies, but I sadly have to keep her away for at least three weeks because of the EHV :(

She's also formed a limp in her right foreleg that seems to be stemming from her shoulder. I'm not sure if she just knocked herself when trying to stand up (she's needing less and less help from us but is very awkward when trying) or if she's stiff or if its from the cut healing and being sore...theres a little heat though so we put a heat pack on it and will have the vet check it when he comes on Monday to see her. Its not severe but definitely noticable. Poor little gal is having one thing after another try to knock her down...literally!

Excuse me in the photos...I'm exhausted and hate photos so I have some...interesting faces. Haha. Focus on Kenzie and how good she looks. With the blanket on at least...

Don't be fooled by the fact that she looks normal size in the pictures. I'm 4'11 XD

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Oh, also. I talked to the BO and she's just as grateful as I am for your guy's generosity and gave me the address to send money to. She isnt able to take online payment because she doesnt have a paypal account though, unfortuately. I will be PMing this address to all of you. Thank you so much from all of us, especially Kenzie. She's doing so much better but has a LONG road ahead of her, and you're helping us pull her through! If I miss you, shoot me a PM. I'm sorry, I'm about to collapse from exhaustion xD

Note: Faydesmom, I was unable to PM you for some reason, but can try again if you'd like. It says that you have disabled PMs
    12-29-2012, 07:20 PM
I don't know who is cuter, you or Kenzie! So glad that she is doing better. I find myself checking the forum throughout the day just to see how she is doing. You are her angel.
    12-29-2012, 07:26 PM
That's wonderful, I can't wait to see the other pictures! I can't believe she has come so far
    12-30-2012, 09:24 AM
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Still trying to figure out how on earth to get my phone photos on the computer O_o sorry guys.

No fever today, and she isn't wheezing as much. Fingers crossed that today is the day that she stands up on her own!
    12-30-2012, 11:07 AM
You post with your phone, right? See if you can get photos from phone here on your album and copy and phone does it
    12-30-2012, 11:09 AM
Green Broke
Can you send email from your phone? Send yourself an email and open it on your computer. Orrrrrrrrrrrrr I just found out about this app called bump, you can bump photos from one phone to the other and also bump them to your computer, its amazing.
    12-30-2012, 02:29 PM
Teen Forum Moderator
I'll try that, thanks! My phone is rediculously slow and usually won't load photos, but its possible that if I'm patient I can get them on xD

Oh, also. I appologize for the huge size of Kenzie's blanket in the pictures...its for a weanling and still a bit too long for her! Poor gal.
    12-30-2012, 02:44 PM
Note: Faydesmom, I was unable to PM you for some reason, but can try again if you'd like. It says that you have disabled PMs
Well piffle, it's done that a couple times now. I don't know why, I have my PM settings enabled. Oh well, if possible, could you send the addy to my e-mail please? Ccsunwolf @

I'll go get a postal money order and pop it in the mail.

She is looking absolutely wonderful!! Very nice to see the life in her eyes.
    12-30-2012, 03:35 PM
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Sure can! Thanks so much. I have no idea why its doing that either!

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