8/31/2009

Get back here!


Shandi went out of the pasture without me! That is so not right. It is my job to keep an eye on her at all times, doesn't the SCC know that. It wouldn't be so bad if I could see her, but the barn is in the way. She could have gone to China for all I could tell. I called and called...she didn't answer back. What was up with that? Half the time I can't get her to be quiet and when I need her to talk not one peep out of her.
She went to the orchard for a walk and a grooming session. I know this because Freedom could see her and told me what was going on. She then went to the arena to teach the SCC some groundwork. Now if she is going to teach a human groundwork she needs me there. I can give her all the tips on how to handle your human. Does she know how to make a human move by just barely stepping on their toe, to use your head to direct your human's motion, to raise enough dust that humans have to stop working and move to the fence to breathe...I think not! No Shandi knows that she is as cute as a button and that her human loves her to bits, well maybe she does know everything she needs to know about training the SCC.
I just wish that after I am screaming my head off for 15 minutes trying to find her she would have the courtesy to at least let out a knicker. I was worried, yep that was it. It's not like I can't handle being alone in a big old pasture by myself. It isn't like there are buggers there that I might need help with. No she can go to China for all I care, she just needs to remember to call home so I don't worry. That and she needs to remember how to find her way back home.
Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your DOR.

3 comments:

fernvalley01 said...

Oh ,Jack , don't worry , I think any horse in the care of your DOR and family is a safe as can be!

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Janie at Sounding Forth said...

Kids! What are you going to do with them?

 

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