Happy Place, my hubby got a deer last weekend but I won't touch it so he ends up having to send it out to be processed. LOL. I guess I am not a very supportive wife. ;)
Stan, glad Bugs seems to be settling down a bit.
Rick, happy the move went ok. We are facing moving my Mom up to Maryland by the first of the year and I am sooooo not looking forward to it. I want her to be closer to family and out of the town she is living in, I know she is lonely since Dad died, but gosh, I wish I could snap my fingers and everything would be moved.
We picked up the trailer today. I went to the bank earlier and got some money from our home equity line to pay for it. (That's how I bought my horse two years ago). The trailer hooked right up to hubby's trailer hitch. The lights all worked. I followed him home in case the lights went out or something else bad happened but he said it towed like a dream and the lights shone brightly the whole way home.
We may be getting some winter weather in the morning . If it isn't too bad, we will take it to get inspected. I have the title and need to find some time to go to the DMV and stand in line for hours to get it registered in my name and get new plates and tags.
I am so excited about being able to take Izzy and Scuffy off property whenever we want. There is a local farm that does team penning every Friday night Spring-Fall. (Actually, it is Tom Seay's farm. He hosts "Best of America on Horseback" on RFTV if you have ever seen it). I look forward to being able to see what Lady Isabella does when she sees a cow.
Oh, I just realized that I have some pictures that a photographer took when hubby and I did the judged trail ride last month. I will post them and hope they don't show up sideways. LOL. In all of the pics, Izzy's ears are forward and happy. She loves being in new places and being beside her best friend, Scuffy.
One more day of work and then five days off. I think I can, I think I can, I think I can.