Life On the Farm
The Calvary was here
It seems that Delilah unfortunately not only has Lymes Disease but now on top of that some laminitis! The poor girl is sooooo sore. Thank you Dr. Kati and Dr. Cole for taking such good care of Delilah!
Having a trailer comes in handy!
I was asked to help move some tables and chairs for my niece’s wedding shower with the truck. Well, guess who did one better than that, and showed up with the trailer instead! They fit PERFECTLY!
Chevy steppin in
Even though the girls cant ride Delilah right now, they are still learning their horsemanship skills. Chevy loves all the attention!
Fun with the kids at Magic Cottage
Chevy’s back to school! Chevy stepped up and carried the load at Magic Cottage Nursery School while Delilah recovers from Lymes Disease. Can’t disappoint the kids–The show must go on! Thank you Chevy!
Delilah gettin’ some luvins
Ella giving Delilah kisses after her riding lesson.
Adopted tomato plants
We’ve been asked to rescue some sad-sack tomato plants. Hopefully we can get them to grow into healthy tomato-producing plants. They have quite a bit of catching up to do! Come on Hunterdon county soil–do your thing!
The girls are getting the hang of cleaning Delilah’s hooves!
The kids get birthday cake, and Chevy gets an apple! Happy Birthday Harper!
Griff: Where’d ya go boy?
Trust me, the horses weren’t the only ones to get sprayed! ahhhhh….