Sorry to hear about Henny, glad though that he is still loving to be around you and not mad at you.
It' s been nice this weekend. Though I got some attitude from my young girl for the first time on Saturday, I worked her through it and my trainer said I did it right. My old gut pretended to have forgotten that you can trot over ground poles and jumped them. So I had to remind him, when they're on the ground, you can step over them. Silly horses.
On another note, I went to feed this morning. Brushed some hay off my young girls butt, thinking it looked tall. Put them in their stalls and walked to they hay bale to see how much they have eaten. Look back at them to realize, jeez, little girl had another growth spurt! Her butt is higher again. So my little girl, that was shorter than my 15.1 hand gelding when I first got her is probably taller than 16 hands (her last measurement) now. That's what I get for calling her little girl
The farrier had mentioned she looked like she still had baby feet, so she might be younger than what I was told.
We'll see where this goes...